Hey Y'all! My favorite airline continues to grow, and has just announced service to Orlando. Here is the PR.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Vanguard Airlines,
Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VNGD) continued to expand its warm-weather
destinations with today's announcement of service to Orlando, Fla., beginning
April 22, 2002. Vanguard will offer one daily nonstop flight between Orlando
International Airport and the Company's Kansas City hub. Special introductory
fares between the two cities start from $99* each way.
Scott Dickson, CEO and President of Vanguard Airlines, said, "We are
pleased to bring our low fares and outstanding service to our second
destination in the state of Florida. With Fort Lauderdale, Myrtle Beach and
now Orlando, we have recently added a great mix of sunny, warm-weather
destinations. If you're heading to the coast -- be it the East, West or Gulf
Coast -- Vanguard has a destination for you."
From Kansas City to OrlandoFrom Orlando to Kansas City
Depart Arrive Flt# Freq Depart Arrive Flt# Freq.
9:00a 12:30p 528 Daily 1:20p 3:20p 901 Daily
With the new nonstop service to Kansas City, Vanguard will connect Orlando
with Austin, Texas; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Dallas/Ft. Worth; Denver; Los
Angeles and San Francisco. To purchase tickets for these flights, call
1-800-VANGUARD, book online at http://www.flyvanguard.com or contact your local
*Fares do not include passenger facility charges of $3 - $15, segment
taxes of $3 per segment or the September 11 Security fee of $2.50 per segment
up to a maximum of $5 one way or $10 round trip. A segment is defined as a
take off and landing. Total government charges imposed per passenger can be
as much as $20 per round-trip nonstop flight and as much as $31 per round-trip
connecting flight. Tickets must be purchased by March 14, 2002, and all
travel must be completed between April 22 and June 6, 2002. Fares are non-
refundable and are subject to a $50 change fee per person per itinerary change
plus any possible difference in fare. Itineraries may not be transferred to
another person. Fares are subject to availability and may not be available on
all flights or all days.
Vanguard Airlines, Kansas City's Hometown Airline, provides convenient
all-jet service to 17 cities nationwide, including Myrtle Beach beginning
March 28 and Orlando beginning April 22. The airline offers low fares with no
advance-purchase requirements, advanced seat assignment and extra legroom on
all flights with a fleet of six Boeing 737s and seven Boeing MD-80-series
aircraft, which feature SkyBox(TM) Business Class service. For more
information or to make reservations online, visit Vanguard's Web site at
Will this be on 737-200s or MD-80 series aircraft? Also, how well have COS and FLL been doing? I imagine quite well in FLL since another FLA city has been added. Anyways, good job to Vanguard! Come to Philly