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Myrtle Beach getting new nonstop flights

A new non-stop jet service to Myrtle Beach from eight markets will begin at the end of May, according to a news release.

Vision Airlines officials announced Thursday that new, non-stop 737 jet service to Myrtle Beach from Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo, and Columbus, Ohio; Indianapolis; Louisville; Nashville; and Springfield, Ill., will begin May 31 through Oct. 31.

Fares to Myrtle Beach will start at $109 each-way, including all taxes and fees, according to the release.

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“We are excited to welcome Vision Airlines to MYR and we are confident that the markets that they've chosen will provide terrific opportunities for both Vision Airlines and our destination,” said Mike La Pier, director of airports, in the release. “It's been our goal, along with the chamber and Golf Holiday, to continue to work to bring new visitors to our destination with increased air service. We are pleased to partner with Vision Air to introduce all that Myrtle Beach can offer to a new and much greater audience.”

Tickets and information are available at www.VisionAirlines.com or through the Vision Airlines Call Center at 1-877-FLY-A-JET (1-877-359-2538).

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