the Orlando-based airliner that flies out of Orlando Sanford International Airport, has added new destinations to its flight schedule that could open new markets for Orlando tourism.
The company announced this month it will begin service between Islip, N.Y., to two major Puerto Rico hubs in San Juan and Aguadilla, starting on July 1. In addition, the company will begin flight service starting now between Orlando and the Newfoundland and Labrador provinces in Canada, as well as double its regular Orlando to San Juan, Puerto Rico, flights to four days a week starting on March 13.
The reason behind the growth is due to the success of each flight — many being sold out, said Edward Davidson, National Airlines president and CEO.....
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