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Colorado Springs Airport Adds Service, Destinations Via Great Plains Airlines

Great Plains Airlines continues to enhance its growing presence at Colorado Springs Airport (COS) by adding service to Austin and Taos, with additional flights to Albuquerque, Nashville, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. These news flights raise Great Plains' annual available airline seats to 163,520 - an increase of 133 percent.

Starting Tuesday, March 18, Great Plains will introduce nonstop service from Colorado Springs to Austin. On Monday February 17, Great Plains began one-stop service to Nashville and Taos and add flights to Albuquerque, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. The airline will add still more flights to these cities on Tuesday, March 11.

"It is encouraging that an airline is able to grow during these challenging economic times," said Gary W. Green, COS Aviation Director. "New service to Austin will be a welcomed development to the Colorado Springs business community. This connects two major high-tech centers of commerce and should enhance resources on both ends."

Additionally the carrier has announced special fares that will be available just in time for spring break. For fares and additional information, call 866-Way To Go (1-800-929-8646) www.gpair.com

Colorado Springs Airport handles approximately 118 arrivals and departures per day and is served by nine commercial airlines. The Airport is situated on 7,135-acres and operates three runways - dual parallel and one crosswind-and boasts the longest runway in Colorado: 13,500 feet (2.5 miles).

 
 
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