National Airlines announced the launch of a new non-stop service between St. John’s International Airport and Orlando beginning January 18, 2016.
“National’s non-stop service to Orlando Sanford International Airport will offer competitively priced flights to Central Florida’s theme parks, beaches and cruises,” said Edward Davidson, President and Chief Operating Officer at National Airlines.
“We know that Florida is an extremely attractive and popular destination for many residents of Newfoundland and Labrador so we are excited to offer this service to them,” added Davidson.
“National Airlines’ service will focus on delivering exceptional value and price in a comfortable and professional manner. We think travelers will agree”, said Dennis Daley, National’s Manager of Network Planning and Strategy.
National Airlines is a U.S. Certified Air Carrier that has specialized in custom transportation needs for companies and governments for over 20 years. With international offices in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong, and U.S. offices in Buffalo and Orlando, National Airlines possess World Wide Operating Authority for both passenger and cargo aircraft.
National Airlines routinely flies from the U.S and Europe to the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australia, as well as North and South America on a charter basis. National Airlines is a certified member of the United States Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) supporting DoD military troop and cargo movements worldwide.
National Airlines will be supported at St. John’s International Airport through an agreement with Provincial Airlines for all its B757-200 aircraft ground requirements.