- Associated Press - Friday, October 7, 2016

BALTIMORE (AP) - Southern Airways is set to begin flying to Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport with daily flights from Hagerstown and Altoona, Pennsylvania.

Media outlets report that service from Hagerstown Regional Airport to Baltimore will start Nov. 19. Service also will start that day from Altoona-Blair County Airport in Altoona to Baltimore.

Fares start at $29 each way. Tickets can be bought at www.iFlySouthern.com .

As part of the move, Southern Airways is changing its East Coast hub for Hagerstown from Washington Dulles International Airport to BWI Marshall Airport.

The airline is also switching half its daily Altoona flights from Pittsburgh International Airport to BWI. Other Pittsburgh flights from Altoona will continue.

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