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					                      AVIATION M ARKET DEVE LOPM EN T
                           AI R S E R V I C E U P D A T E
                                      APRIL 2 0 0 8
    RSW PROVIDES NONSTOP SERVICE TO 39 DESTINATIONS (36 DOMESTIC & 3 INTERNATIONAL)
             THIS SERVICE IS PROVIDED BY 22 DIFFERENT AIR CARRIERS AT RSW
AIR SERVICE NEWS
Air Canada (AC)
                Air Canada for the second consecutive summer will operated Saturday only nonstop service to Toronto (YYZ).
AirTran Airways (FL)
                AirTran will operate Saturday only nonstop service to Milwaukee (MKE) and Buffalo (BUF) for the summer. This will be the
                 first time RSW will have nonstop service to BUF and MKE during the summer months.
Delta Air Lines (DL)
                Delta will continue to operate daily nonstop service to New York’s-LaGuardia Airport (LGA) during the summer months.
                Delta Connection will cease operating its daily nonstop flight to Columbus (CMH) on April 30.
Frontier Airlines (F9)
                Frontier will cease operating its daily nonstop flight to Denver on June 1. The carrier anticipates bringing the flight back in
                 late October or early November 2008.
JetBlue Airways (B6)
                JetBlue will operate daily nonstop service to White Plains (HPN) for the summer. This will be the first time RSW has had
                 summer service to HPN.
                Get to New York-JFK before 10:00am! JetBlue now offers an early morning departure from RSW to JFK departing at
                 7:00am and arriving in JFK at 9:47am.
LTU / Air Berlin (LT / AB)
                LTU/Air Berlin will again offer five weekly nonstop flights to Germany starting in May. They will offer three weekly flights
                 to Düsseldorf (DUS) and two weekly flights to Munich (MUC). Air Berlin /LTU’s partner airlines offer convenient
                 connecting flights to points throughout Europe, Africa, and Asia from both DUS and MUC. In addition starting in May
                 LTU/Air Berlin will offer NEW lie-flat business class seats on their flights to DUS.
WestJet (WS)
                WestJet for the second consecutive summer will operate Saturday only nonstop service to Toronto (YYZ).

                                      CURRENT RSW NONSTOP DESTINATIONS
Domestic
   Air Tran Airways (FL)
              Akron-Canton (CAK) seasonal
              Atlanta (ATL)
              Buffalo (BUF)
              Boston (BOS) seasonal
              Baltimore-Washington (BWI)
              Chicago-Midway (MDW) seasonal
              Detroit (DTW) seasonal
              Flint (FNT) seasonal
              Indianapolis (IND)
              Kansas City (MCI) seasonal
              Milwaukee (MKE)
              Pittsburgh (PIT) seasonal
              Reagan Washington-National (DCA)
              White Plains (HPN) seasonal
   American Airlines/American Eagle (AA)
              Chicago-O’Hare (ORD)
              Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)
              Miami (MIA)
              Saint Louis (STL)
   Continental Airlines (CO)
           Cleveland (CLE)
           Houston-Intercontinental (IAH)
           Newark (EWR)
   Cape Air / Continental Connection (9K)
           Key West (EYW)
           Tampa (TPA)
   Delta Air Lines/Delta Connection (DL)
           Atlanta (ATL)
           Boston (BOS)
           Cincinnati (CVG)
           Columbus (CMH) service ends April 30
           Hartford-Bradley (BDL) seasonal
           New York-LaGuardia (LGA)
   Frontier Airlines (F9)
           Denver (DEN) seasonal service ends June 1
   JetBlue Airways (B6)
           New York-Kennedy (JFK)
           Newark-Liberty (EWR)
           Boston (BOS)
           Buffalo (BUF) seasonal
           White Plains (HPN)
   Midwest Airlines (YX)
           Milwaukee (MKE) seasonal
           Kansas City (MCI) seasonal
   Northwest (NW)
           Detroit-Metro (DTW)
           Flint (FNT) seasonal
           Indianapolis (IND)
           Minneapolis-Saint Paul (MSP)
           Memphis (MEM) seasonal
   Southwest Airlines (WN)
           Baltimore-Washington (BWI)
           Chicago-Midway (MDW)
           Long Island-Islip (ISP)
           Orlando (MCO)
           Philadelphia (PHL)
   Spirit Airlines (NK)
           Atlantic City (ACY)
           Chicago-O’Hare (ORD)
           Detroit-Metro (DTW)
   Sun Country Airlines (SY)
           Minneapolis (MSP)
   United Airlines / United Express (UA)
           Chicago-O’Hare (ORD)
   USA 3000 (U5)
           Chicago-O’Hare (ORD)
           Cincinnati (CVG)
           Cleveland (CLE)
           Detroit-Metro (DTW)
           Pittsburgh (PIT)
           Philadelphia (PHL)
           Saint Louis (STL)
   US Airways (US)
        Charlotte (CLT)
        Philadelphia (PHL)
        Pittsburgh (PIT)
        Reagan Washington-National (DCA)
INTERNATIONAL
   Air Canada (AC)
           Toronto, Canada (YYZ) weekly service
   Sunwing Airlines (SW)
           Toronto (YYZ) seasonal
    WestJet (WS)
              Toronto, Canada (YYZ) weekly service
    LTU / Air Berlin (LT / AB)
              Düsseldorf, Germany (DUS)
              Munich, Germany (MUC)


Domestic Nonstop Destinations                                                       International Nonstop Destinations
1.       Akron-Canton (CAK)-AirTran
2.       Atlanta (ATL)-Air Tran, Delta                                              1.         Düsseldorf, Germany (DUS)-LTU/Air Berlin
3.       Atlantic City (ACY)-Spirit                                                 2.         Munich, Germany (MUC)-LTU/Air Berlin
4.       Baltimore (BWI)-Air Tran, Southwest                                        3.         Toronto, Canada (YYZ)-Air Canada, WestJet, Sunwing
5.       Boston (BOS)-JetBlue, Delta, AirTran
6.       Buffalo (BUF)-AirTran, JetBlue
7.       Chicago (MDW)-Southwest. AirTran
8.       Chicago (ORD)-American, Spirit, United, USA3000
9.       Charlotte (CLT)-US Airways
10.      Cincinnati (CVG)-Delta, USA3000
11.      Columbus (CMH)-service ends April 30
12.      Cleveland (CLE)-Continental, USA3000
13.      Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)-American
14.      Denver (DEN)-Frontier, seasonal service ends June 1
15.      Detroit (DTW)-AirTran, Northwest, Spirit, USA3000
16.      Flint (FNT)-AirTran
17.      Key West (EYW)-Cape Air
18.      Hartford (BDL)-Delta
19.      Houston-Intercontinental (IAH)-Continental
20.      Indianapolis (IND)-AirTran, Northwest
21.      Kansas City (MCI)-Midwest, AirTran
22.      Long Island-Islip (ISP) - Southwest
23.      Memphis (MEM)-Northwest
24.      Miami (MIA)-American Eagle
25.      Milwaukee (MKE)-Midwest, AirTran
26.      Minneapolis (MSP)-Northwest, Sun Country
27.      New York (LGA)-Delta
28.      New York (JFK)-JetBlue
29.      Newark (EWR)-Continental, JetBlue
30.      Orlando (MCO)-Southwest
31.      Philadelphia(PHL)-Southwest, US Airways, USA3000
32.      Pittsburgh (PIT)-US Airways, USA3000, AirTran
33.      Saint Louis (STL)-American, USA3000
34.      Tampa (TPA)-Cape Air
35.      Washington D.C, National (DCA)-Air Tran, US Airways
36.      White Plains (HPN)-AirTran, JetBlue
    Please note: cities mentioned are served nonstop in/out of RSW. Other cities may be available through connecting cities. Airline schedule information is
    provided by the respective airlines and is subject to change without notice. For more information about airline schedules, please contact the airline directly
    or your travel agent.
    If you need further information please contact:

    Brian M. Solis
    Coordinator, Aviation Market Development
    Lee County Port Authority
    Southwest Florida International Airport
    Phone: (239) 590-4509, bmsolis@flylcpa.com

				
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