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VIA Airlines Adds New Routes from Branson

VIA Airlines is expanding its route and adding a new partnership with Branson Airport (BKG). Discount flights from Branson to Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Denver and Houston begin May 25 – September 5, 2017, and are on sale now.

Promotional one-way fares, including taxes and fees to each market, are available for purchase through March 13.

ROUTE DAYS OF WEEK PROMOTIONAL FARE
BKG to Dallas (DFW) Friday and Saturday $99
BKG to Houston (HOU) Monday, Thursday and Saturday $109
BKG to Austin (AUS) Monday, Friday and Sunday $109
BKG to Denver (DEN) Monday and Friday $149
BKG to Chicago (MDW) Thursday, Saturday and Sunday $109

All fares and flights are available for immediate booking. Promotional fares are subject to availability, and restrictions apply.

Book online at www.FlyBranson.com or www.FlyViaAir.com, or by calling 407.641.4108.

Written by Cassie Westrate, staff writer for Groups Today.


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