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New flights in and out of Savannah
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BOCA RATON - The DayJet Corp. has added Savannah and Naples, Fla., to its DayPort service network.
DayJet members can fly "per-seat, on-demand" to and from 45 regional destinations across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and South Carolina when they begin or end their travel at Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, Naples Municipal Airport (KAPF), or other DayPort airports.
The company also announced that it is accepting corporate membership applications. In addition to Savannah and Naples, the network includes Boca Raton Airport, Gainesville Regional Airport, Lakeland Linder Regional Airport, Pensacola Regional Airport and Tallahassee Regional Airport.
DayJet selected Savannah and Naples because they represent strong local economies and business environments that are underserved by traditional transportation options.
"As important centers of commerce, culture and government, Naples and Savannah are strategic additions to our DayPort service network," said Ed Lacobucci, DayJet president and CEO.
Savannah and Naples business travelers can now book just the seat they need aboard DayJet's fleet of Eclipse 500 very light jets; customize travel according to their time and budget requirements; fly point-to-point between DayJet's growing service network; and return home in a single day. Prices start at a modest premium to full-fare economy coach airfares.

Editor's note, May 10, 2011: Dayjet went out of business after filing bankruptcy in late 2008.

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