Lincoln Airport Unveils “Red Way” Service: 7 New Direct Flight Destinations

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Lincoln Airport Unveils "Red Way" Service: 7 New Direct Flight DestinationsReady to take off on your next adventure without the hassle of layovers? Lincoln Airport has partnered with GlobalX Air Tours and Global Crossing Airlines to bring you the “Red Way” service, providing seven new direct-flight destinations! 🎉


  • Lincoln Airport launches “Red Way” service for seven new direct-flight destinations
  • Partnership with GlobalX Air Tours and Global Crossing Airlines
  • Direct flights to Orlando, Las Vegas, Dallas Fort Worth, Nashville, Austin, Atlanta, and Minneapolis
  • Chartered flights made possible by $3 million in ARPA funding
  • Potential benefits for local businesses and Lincoln’s economy

🛩️ Soaring High with Red Way

Kevin Erickson, an expert in the travel industry, is excited to share with you the new “Red Way” service that begins on June 8. The seven destinations include Orlando (MCO), Las Vegas (LAS), Dallas Fort Worth (DFW), Nashville (BNA), Austin (AUS), Atlanta (ATL), and Minneapolis (MSP). With these direct flights, travelers from Lincoln can now enjoy shorter travel times and fewer layovers.

💼 Benefits for Business and Economy

Lincoln City Councilman Bennie Shobe sees potential benefits for local businesses, as the new flights can save time and money for travelers. This improved connectivity may boost Lincoln’s economy and make it a more attractive destination for business travelers and tourists alike.

🤝 A Collaborative Effort

The chartered flights are made possible by a $3 million ARPA funding, with both the city council and the county board contributing $1.5 million each. Numerous local leaders, including Governor Jim Pillen, Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird, and Husker coaches and athletes, were present at the announcement.

💲 Competitive Pricing

One-way ticket prices range from $50 to $449, and flights to the seven destinations will leave twice a week. Local officials hope that the new service will not only boost tourism from Lincoln but also encourage visitors from other destinations to explore Lincoln.

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