Anyone else ready for a vacation? TPA has you covered with new routes to premiere spots in South Carolina aboard Silver Airways. Airlines and airports have worked hard to enhance the safety of staff and passengers throughout the pandemic. Measures include staggered seating, mask requirements, and social distancing in the terminal.
Service to Charleston aboard Silver Airways begins November 21, and Columbia begins December 16.
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“Tampa is a vibrant community that lacked direct service to both Columbia and Charleston,” said Pedro Motta, Senior Vice President of Commercial and Finance at Silver Airways in a statement to Tampa International Airport. “TPA has been an important destination to Silver and we continue to invest by adding more flights and more destinations.”
To celebrate the new nonstop service to Columbia, Silver is offering fares starting at $49 one-way, for travel through Jan. 31, 2021 (travelers will need to book on or before Nov. 2, 2020).
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The Columbia service will operate twice a week while the route to Charleston will fly three times weekly.
To book, visit Silver Airways website.
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