BRANSON, Mo. - People coming and going from the Branson area by plane will now have three new choices of destinations.
Branson Airport on Wednesday announced new seasonal nonstop service between Branson and Austin, Texas; Milwaukee, Wis.; and Nashville, Tenn. The flights are public charter flights provided by Branson AirExpress and operated by Corporate Flight Management.
The new service will operate four days per week, Wednesday through Saturday from Austin and Milwaukee; service to Nashville will operate three days per week.
Branson AirExpress will offer a $99 introductory fare to and from Austin, Milwaukee and Nashville through March 14. More information is available on BransonAirExpress.com.
The announcement comes a month and a half after AirTran Airways, which will eventually become part of the Southwest Airlines system, announced service from Branson to Chicago and Houston.