Service starts Nov. 19th.
Hagerstown, Md (KM) Southern Airways says it will launch a new daily service between Hagerstown and Baltimore, the first since 2012.
The company says flights to and from Hagerstown Regional Airport and Baltimore Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport will begin on November 19th. As a result, Southern Airways says it’s changing its East Coast Hub for Hagerstown from Dulles Airport to BWI. But the company says it will continue to operate out of its Dulles hub for other cities.
“We are excited to offer this service to the people of Hagerstown,” said Keith Sisson, chief marketing officer for Southern Airways, in a statement. “Historically, BWI–Baltimore/Washington has been a great hub for the people of Hagerstown. This combined with our Pittsburgh hub for the city gives our passengers multiple options for air travel.”
Tickets for flights from Hagerstown to B-W-I can be purchased from Southern Airways’ website. (www.FlySouthern.com) Fares start at $29 each way.
“Connecting our customers with more than 80 destinations from BWI–Baltimore/Washington is a great expansion of the travel opportunities from Hagerstown Regional Airport,” says Phil Ridenour, director, Hagerstown Regional Airport, in a statement. “As we build our partnership with Southern Airways, we’ll continue listening to the need for additional services for our quad-state region travelers.”
BWI–Thurgood Marshall International Airport is the 22nd busiest airport in the US with 24-million passengers each year.
By Kevin McManus