AUSTIN, TX – MetroAir Virtual Airlines is at it again with the announcement of the continuation of their east coast expansion plans.
This time, the airline is announcing new flights from Texas and Tennessee.
MetroAir is adding nine additional flights from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport to Atlanta-Hartsfield International Airport in Atlanta, GA, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Orlando International Airport in Orlando, FL, Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans, LA, and El Paso International Airport in El Paso, TX.
Shreveport Regional Airport in Shreveport, LA has also been added to Metro’s roster of cities, with one daily flight servicing the Austin area.
Also being added to the schedule is expanded service from George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, TX. Houston will see one daily flight to Boston Logan International Airport in Boston, MA and two daily flights to Orlando, FL.
Rounding off the Texas additions, MetroAir is excited to begin service from San Antonio International Airport in San Antonio, TX, twice a day to their east coast hub at Baltimore-Washington International Airport in Baltimore, MD and once a day to Boston Logan International.
Also being added to the expansion plans is Nashville International Airport.
Nashville will see service added two times a day to Orlando, FL and Detroit, MI, plus once a day to Fort Lauderdale and MetroAir’s west coast hub at Ontario International Airport in Ontario, CA each. Las Vegas, NV will see three daily flights from Nashville as well.
All of the new flights will be flown using the Bombardier Q400, Embraer E170, and the Airbus A319 and A320.