National Airlines offers special Memorial Day fares to Seattle

April 09, 2002 11:23 AM
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National Airlines is offering Las Vegas residents an opportunity to fly to Seattle during Memorial Day weekend for as little as $128 roundtrip by logging on to nationalairlines.com.  Las Vegas’ hometown airline will inaugurate its nonstop service to Seattle on May 23rd with three daily roundtrips. This offer is available for travel from Las Vegas May 23-25, 2002, and returning from Seattle May 26-28, 2002. Tickets must be purchased by April 15, 2002.

Mark S. Suman, senior vice president ”” marketing and strategic planning, commented on the special fares, “The response we have received for our new Seattle service has far exceeded our expectations, particularly for visitors coming to Las Vegas.  This special offer is one way we can thank our hometown for its ongoing support and gives people an extremely affordable opportunity to experience National’s service to the Great Pacific Northwest.”

Suman added that reservations for this special Memorial Day offer are available at nationalairlines.com.

Seating is limited and may not be available on all flights.  Fares do not include passenger facility charges (PFCs) of up to $4.50 on each segment flown and a federal excise tax of up to $3 for each segment of the itinerary (a segment is defined as one takeoff and landing) where applicable. Prices do not include a $2.50 “September 11th Security Fee” for each segment flown (maximum of $10 per roundtrip). These fares do not apply to previous reservations and/or purchased tickets. ­­Other restrictions may apply.

National Airlines also recently announced the addition of a fourth daily nonstop roundtrip between Dallas/Ft. Worth and Las Vegas beginning May 23rd.

National Airlines operates an all Boeing fleet of 757 jet aircraft serving Chicago Midway, Chicago O’Hare, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York JFK, Newark, Philadelphia and San Francisco with nonstop flights to and from its Las Vegas hub.  The airline will take delivery of its 16th aircraft later this month and anticipate receiving two additional aircraft in May.