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Topic - Silver Airways
The deadline for airlines interested in providing air service to Tupelo and other cities currently being served by Silver Airways has been extended two weeks.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has ordered Silver Airways to remain in Meridian, Hattiesburg and Tupelo until a replacement airline is found.
The U.S. Department of Transportation won't let Silver Airways abandon air service to Greenville until a replacement airline is found.
Leaders of airports in Meridian and Hattiesburg-Laurel are working with a consultant who specializes in smaller airport service to make presentations to the larger commercial airlines.
Silver Airways will offer one-way tickets between Tupelo and Atlanta for $48, plus tax, beginning by the end of the month.
Silver Airways is reducing the number of roundtrip flights between Greenville, Tupelo and Atlanta.
The mayors of two Mississippi cities are asking Silver Airways to reduce its flight schedule at their airports.