Branson airport announces nonstop service to Milwaukee

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Following the upheaval at Mitchell International Airport and Frontier Airlines. Branson Airport has announced seasonal nonstop service to and from Milwaukee.
The new non-stop service will operate 4 days per week on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Milwaukee, and will allow passengers the ability to visit the live music capital of the world.
Branson, Missouri,offers more than 100 shows, several thrilling attractions, 3 pristine lakes, beautiful golf courses, and shopping at a variety of venues.
“Milwaukee was a strong market last year and the synergies that exist between Branson and Milwaukee are fantastic,” said Jeff Bourk, Branson Airport executive director. “The joint venture between these cities, as well as Branson AirExpress and CFM, allows us to offer low fares and continued convenience for passengers getting to and from Branson, Missouri.  In addition, the partnership allows CFM to operate the flights at their expense, as well as bring new experiences and creative ideas to the 2012 Branson AirExpress season.”
Corporate Flight Management, a direct air carrier based in Smyrna, Tenn, supports Branson Air Express with aircraft operational services for the planned nonstop service to Milwaukee. 
“We are proud to support the Branson community and look forward to bringing air service to Branson, especially in light of the recent tornadoes,”
Branson AirExpress also announces a partnership with Social Flights, a social network for private aviators and social fliers. Social Flights will assist Branson AirExpress in marketing the planned new services to its current membership of 13,866 fliers and 98 Private Aviation Operators encompassing over 600 jets. Jay Deragon, CEO of Social Flights, said “Branson AirExpress is a perfect example of the 21st century model of efficient and effective community oriented air service initiated by and on behalf of the community,” said Allen Howell, CEO of CFM.
Branson AirExpress will offer $99 introductory fares to and from Milwaukee through March 14. 
 

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