NAS was one of the airline's original destinations. Also, Hooters has been flying to Columbus for nearly a year now, and utilizes Rickenbacker International (LCK), not Port Columbus (CMH). I don't see RSW anywhere on their route map either...
FORT MYERS, Fla. (GNS) — The skies over Fort Myers got friendlier Thursday, as Hooters Air winged into Southwest Florida International for the first time.
Fort Myers is the first Florida city on the airline's schedule. On Thursday, Hooters also launched service to Columbus and Nassau, Bahamas. These destinations join Atlanta, Baltimore, and Newark, N.J., all of which are served through the airline's Myrtle Beach hub.
That's cool. What airline is Hooters Air opeated by? Isn't it ASA or something? I know it dosen't show up on online travel services (orbitz, travelocity, etc.) when I book flights, or at least I don't think.