By: Special to The Laredo Sun
The company’s 737-300 will service the markets four times per week, Monday through Thursday. “We are excited about the opportunity to serve a market where we have seen potential for scheduled service for quite some time.
Ultimately, this move is in response to our customers who have identified a lack of scheduled service in the market”, said David Karp, company President and CEO.
The company will commence service on September 12th. The tentative schedule includes a 10 p.m. (Central) departure from Laredo, a 12:30 a.m. (Central) departure from El Paso, and an early morning arrival in Ypsilanti.
The flight will depart Ypsilanti at 5:30 a.m. (Eastern) and arrive back in Laredo at 7:30 a.m. (Central). Cut off times will be two hours prior to scheduled departure at all stations.
“Our belief is that the schedule will allow for later cutoff times for freight coming across the border resulting in an overall improvement in the reliability of the supply chain,” said Karp.
- VP Business Developmentby Sam W Frank, 22/09/2011 09:05
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