Direct Air cancelled flights to Myrtle Beach


Direct Air will suspend its service to Myrtle Beach, S.C. from Lakeland on October 1, said the Gene Conrad, the Lakeland Regional Airport Director, on Wednesday.

But the airline will restart flights in spring and plans to add one additional service from Lakeland.

Conrad said that Hagerstown and Myrtle Beach flights were grouped together, so when Hagerstown flights turned seasonal, making Myrtle Beach flight seasonal made sense. “It’s a seasonal market, and it doesn’t make sense to fly to Myrtle Beach in the winter”, said Conrad. The airline cancelled its flight to Hagerstown in August, but plans to also resume those in the spring

Direct Air also flies to Niagara Falls and Springfield, also Plattsburg, N.Y., are expected to begin on November 10.

Conrad also said that on November, the number of flights to Niagara Falls will increase from three to five per week, while the number of flights to Plattsburg duplicated.



Direct Air cancelled flights to Myrtle Beach
Rate this post

Check Also

A new low cost carrier at MPS Airport

    A new low cost airline has landed on the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *