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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.


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