NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A new airline will soon by flying out of Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A new airline will soon by flying out of Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
New Orleans-based Glo (GLOH) said Tuesday that it will begin nonstop service to three cities in November.
Glo's public charter flights, operated by Corporate Flight Management Inc., will offer two nonstop flights from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International to Shreveport; Little Rock, Arkansas; and Memphis, Tennessee on weekdays. It will offer one flight between New Orleans and the three cities on Saturday and Sunday.
New Orleans resident Trey Fayard, Founder and CEO of Glo, said in a news release that the airline was created because existing air travel options in the Gulf and Mid-South regions are incredibly limited.
The airline will operate 30-passenger Saab 340B aircraft on Glo's new routes.