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SAT Airport Expansion

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Love going to San Antonio.  Do you have pictures of the present airport,  and a picture of how the new airport will look.

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Just go to San international Airport on the web they have a whole Adobe file on it. Its very informing! Cant wait foir this to get started that old terminal is really showing its age!

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United Airlines will add two daily nonstop flights from San Antonio starting October 31, 2005.

The Washington-to-San Antonio round-trip service will be operated by United Express partner Mesa Airlines using a Canadair RJ-700 66-seat regional jet.

The San Antonio-to-Los Angeles flight will be operated by United Express partner Skywest, also on a Canadair RJ-700 regional jet.

San Antonio Business Journal: United Airlines adds two, new daily nonstop flights in S.A.

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Delta will be adding a nonstop flight from San Antonio to JFK Airport in New York starting on October 15th.

Flight 6439 will depart JFK airport at 9:20 a.m. Eastern Time and arrive in San Antonio at 12:45 p.m. Central Time. Flight 6439 will leave San Antonio at 1:15 p.m. Central Time and arrive in New York at 6:10 p.m. Eastern Time.

San Antonio Business Journal: Delta adds new nonstop flight from San Antonio to New York

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Passenger traffic at San Antonio International Airport is increasing after the 9/11 terrorist attacks and hitting its low point in 2003. There were only 6.5 million passengers served at SAT in 2003 and then increased to ~7 million in 2004. Through July of this year, SAT served 4.3 million passengers and are projecting to go above 7.3 million, which is the airports highest passenger count, set in 2000.

San Antonio Business Journal: Passenger traffic at S.A. International Airport heading skyward

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United Airlines will be adding daily service to seven new cities out from San Antonio International Airport through treir United Express and Trans States Airlines.

Service will begin on February 23, 2006 with twice daily flights to New Orleans and on March 3, 2006 with daily flights to Colorado Springs, Kansas City, and Omaha and twice daily flights to Albuquerque, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa.

San Antonio Business Journal: United Airlines adds seven new nonstop flights from San Antonio

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United Airlines will be adding daily service to seven new cities out from San Antonio International Airport through treir United Express and Trans States Airlines.

Service will begin on February 23, 2006 with twice daily flights to New Orleans and on March 3, 2006 with daily flights to Colorado Springs, Kansas City, and Omaha and twice daily flights to Albuquerque, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa.

San Antonio Business Journal: United Airlines adds seven new nonstop flights from San Antonio

Wow, looks like San Antonio is becoming a focus city for United.

Tulsa and OKC suprise me.

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Southwest Airlines announced that it will begin a new daily nonstop flight between San Antonio and San Diego begining February 5th.

And Dallas-based Southwest (NYSE: LUV) is offering a special introductory one-way fare of $99 until March 27 in order to drum-up passengers for the flight.

San Antonio Business Journal: Southwest launches new San Antonio-to-San Diego nonstop flight

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Southwest now offers mobile service that allows you to check in for you flight from your cell phone!

All you have to do on your cell phone it type in mobile.southwest.com on your url address in your cell phone. You need your confirmation number and your name and it's that easy!!

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United Airlines will be adding daily service to seven new cities out from San Antonio International Airport through treir United Express and Trans States Airlines.

Service will begin on February 23, 2006 with twice daily flights to New Orleans and on March 3, 2006 with daily flights to Colorado Springs, Kansas City, and Omaha and twice daily flights to Albuquerque, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa.

San Antonio Business Journal: United Airlines adds seven new nonstop flights from San Antonio

This service is coming to an end due to lack of passengers, high fuel costs, and a shortage of pilots.

Nonstop flights to Tulsa, Okla., Oklahoma City and Kansas City ended earlier this summer, Prossen said. The nonstops to Albuquerque, N.M.; Colorado Springs, Colo.; New Orleans; and Omaha, Neb., will end Sept. 20.

San Antonio Express-News: United Express halting some S.A. flights

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ExpressJet will begin nonstop service from San Antonio to eight new cities soon. The airline currently known as Continential Express will change names in April. The new destinations include:

New Orleans

Albuquerque, NM

Tucson, AZ

Ontario, CA

Sacramento

Tulsa

Oklahoma City

Raleigh-Durham, NC

San Antonio Express-News: ExpressJet bringing nonstops to S.A.

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