Airport seeing fewer fliers during transition from Delta
Published: November 6,2012
GREENVILLE — Officials at Greenville Mid-Delta Airport said flights on Silver Airways are not as full as they’d hoped, and it might be because travelers are unsure how to book flights.
Though Silver Airways has been servicing Greenville’s airport for a little over a month, travelers are still unable to book flights through Delta Airlines as promised.
Draylan Gant, airport director, tells The Delta Democrat Times Silver officials are working with Delta to integrate the system.
However, Gant said he’s not sure when the system will be up and running.
After making the official switch to Silver Airlines in October, Greenville is able to offer 18 one-stop round trips to Atlanta weekly as opposed to the 12 flights per week with Delta.
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