McKellar-Sipes to offer St. Louis flights starting this month
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MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. — West Tennesseans soon will have a new travel option as a local airport starts offering flights to St. Louis and back. Air Choice One, the carrier for McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport just outside of Jackson, will begin their service June 28, according to a release from the carrier. The flights will be between McKellar-Sipes and Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. The introductory fee offered through Sept. 20 for a one-way flight will be a non-refundable fee of $35 or a refundable fee of $55. The regular fare will be a $49 non-refundable fee or a $69 refundable fee. “We are grateful to have the opportunity to serve the citizens of Jackson and look forward to bringing them to St. Louis and back aboard our Cessna fleet,” Air Choice One CEO Shane Storz states in the release. Passengers can book travel now at www.airchoiceone.com or call (866) I-FLY-VIP (866-435-9847). Reservations also can be made through major online travel sites, the release states.