SeaPort schedules passenger service out of Greenville
GREENVILLE, Miss. (AP) – SeaPort Airlines plans to begin passenger service in mid-March between Greenville and Memphis, Tennessee.
The airline has agreed to a lease that allows it to fly into Memphis International Airport’s main terminal.
Scott Brockman, the Memphis Shelby County Airport Authority’s chief executive officer, tells the Delta Democrat-Times (http://bit.ly/15r0830 ) it will take a couple of weeks to get everything in place.
SeaPort will offer three round-trip flights between Greenville and Memphis weekdays, beginning at 6 a.m. March 16. The airline also will offer two round trips on Sundays and one on Saturdays.
SeaPort flights between March 16 and April 30 will cost $39, including fees and taxes, and must be purchased by March 31.
Subsequent fares will cost between $49 and $79 depending on how far in advance they’re purchased.