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Ultimate Air Shuttle to offer service to Charlotte

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Ultimate Air Shuttle will offer flights to Charlotte, NC beginning on Monday, June 18.

"This is the next phase in our expansion plan," said Ultimate Air Shuttle, Managing Director, Rick Pawlak. "Charlotte, NC is a wonderful city with a high number of business travelers. Business travelers can now get to Charlotte fast and stress free on the Ultimate Air Shuttle."

Ultimate Air Shuttle currently provides service out of Lunken Airport to and from New York City/New Jersey and Chicago. They say the shuttle to Charlotte will offer the same VIP amenities.

"All of us at Ultimate Air Shuttle are very excited to launch the Charlotte shuttle. We would not have been able to continue our growth without the great support of the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky business community. It seems travelers are tired of long delays, long lines and arriving early so they can be squeezed into a seat on a full plane. Ultimate Air Shuttles provide the luxury of VIP travel for the cost of commercial service, making Ultimate Air Shuttle a luxury anyone can afford," said Pawlak.

Travelers will be able to leave Cincinnati at 6:45 a.m. for Charlotte and return the same day at 6:45 p.m. if needed. Flights are offered Monday through Thursday weekly.

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