Red Way Airlines Launches Flights to Tampa and Phoenix

by Anthony Losanno
Red Way Airlines

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Red Way Airlines began flying from Nebraska’s Lincoln Airport (LNK) on June 8th. The Lincoln Airport Authority is chartering flights from Global Crossing to launch this new airline that serves several US destinations. Today, the airline announced two new routes with service to Tampa International Airport (TPA) and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) starting this winter.

As mentioned the airline is not yet two months old, but it serves the following destinations:

  • Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)
  • Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)
  • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
  • Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)
  • Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP)
  • Nashville International Airport (BNA)
  • Orlando International Airport (MCO)

At first glance, it’s a little confusing. You won’t see Red Way painted on any planes and the seats inside are blue. Global Crossing operates Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft on behalf of Red Way. The planes and crew are employed by Global Crossing, but tickets are sold via Red Way.

The new flights to Tampa and Phoenix begin in December and run 2x weekly on Mondays and Fridays.

Anthony’s Take: I’m not sure I’ll be headed to Lincoln, NE anytime soon, but Tampa International Airport (TPA) continues to get new airlines and new routes popping up all the time. There are lots of exciting options for this winter.

(Featured Image Credit: Global Crossing.)

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