The Skybus – the Smart Way to Fly

Skybus is an airline unlike any other—created from scratch by industry movers and shakers who are committed to changing the way you think about air travel. They  put their money into improving your experience in the airport and in the air—by investing in all new Airbus A319 jets with 150-plus leather seats, flying nonstop to less congested airports, hiring experienced pilots with a proven track record, and training our airport agents to deliver a high level of customer service. The approach is completely straightforward and simple. They have eliminated the things you hate about air travel. They offer fares, on average, 65% lower than other airlines. You book your own flight online, check yourself in online or at the convenient Skybus kiosk at the airport, and head to the gate. You can customize your experience and fly the way you like. Pay a little extra to get on the plane early. Have your flight status sent automatically to your cell phone, e-mail, or pager. Smaller airports cost less and your chances of arriving and taking off on time are a lot higher. They have eliminated expensive call centers and streamlined the booking and check in process to drive down costs. If you have a question or need information about a flight, you can find the answer quickly at the online Help Center. They list their low fare on our website, you can be sure it’s available. You pay less, so you can afford to travel more. Skybus invests in the things that have the greatest impact on your flying experience—new planes, veteran pilots, and airport agents who do their best to keep you coming back. You can use their website find out how much a flight will be and there is a 10 seats on every flight for just $10.00 you need to be on top of the website to get a chance at those but we found a $140.00 round trip that was $300.00 with the big guys. It is true you have to pay for everything no free peanuts and no pillow for the asking. In fairness, the bathroom is free and they do not make you have to buy anything. We found Skybus a great deal and a good alternative although not for the faint of heart it is still flying in plane.

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