GLO Prepares For Crescent City-Emerald Coast Non-Stop Service With Summer Special

NEW ORLEANS – New Orleans-owned and -based GLO announced a 48-hour special to celebrate its launch of non-stop service from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) to Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS) beginning on Friday, June 24, 2016.

         The startup public charter operator, operated by Corporate Flight Management, Inc. (CFM), is offering a special, 48-hour only $75 fare sale on all flights between New Orleans-Destin-Fort Walton Beach.

         Tickets are on-sale now and this fare will only be available through midnight on Friday, June 10. This is a promotional, non-refundable, non-changeable fare and can be applied to a one-way reservation if needed.

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         The available flights for this fare are as follows:

 

Friday, June 24 & Monday, June 27

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         Tax, fees and 3 checked bags are included in the fare structure. GLO, which began seasonal air service between Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport and Little Rock’s Clinton National Airport (LIT) on March 25 of this year, will operate this new, select Fridays and Mondays route with the following flight schedule:

 

 

         “The route between Destin-Fort Walton Beach and Little Rock launched with strong load factors,” said Trey Fayard, GLO’s Founder and CEO. “Now that schools are winding down and Southerners are looking to book weekend getaways and summer vacations, we have received a quick uptick in requests for service between Destin-Fort Walton Beach and New Orleans. A select flight schedule will operate on Friday and Mondays and accommodate both the weekend traveler and those looking to getaway for a full week of vacation.”

 

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