Hundreds snap up commuter flight tickets

October 16, 2007
More than 400 tickets have been sold for flights among Indianapolis, Evansville and South Bend on Massachusetts-based Cape Air, a month before the commuter airliner begins service, reports the Evansville Courier & Press.

Cape Air, which will begin flying Nov. 13, will offer direct Evansville-to-Indianapolis and Indianapolis-to-South Bend flights.

The commuter airline company in August began discussions with airport officials in Evansville and South Bend to offer the nine-passenger flights.

There have been no direct Evansville-to-Indianapolis flights since 2005, after ATA, which operated them for two months, filed for bankruptcy protection. The South Bend airport last had regular flights to Indianapolis in 2005 before they were cut because of an airline bankruptcy.
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