A new budget-priced airline will begin flying out of Gary/Chicago International Airport next month, reports The Times of Munster. The no-frills Skybus Airlines touts its ultra-low fares, with the first 10 tickets on each flight costing $10 apiece.
Tickets are sold point-to-point, which means passengers make their own connections. No food is allowed on board and passengers pay $5 to check a bag. No call center exists for complaints.
The airline began flying from its headquarters of Columbus, Ohio, last May. It will fly to 11 cities from the Gary/Chicago airport.
Skybus doesn’t fly to Indianapolis.