Right now the only daily service is on Direct Air, a discount public charter airline that shuttles people between Niagara Falls and Myrtle Beach. To make matters worse, there probably aren’t too many people dreaming of a vacation near a waterfall once the weather starts to dip below freezing. Local officials have put on their thinking caps in order to promote the area’s new airport and attract some new aviation business.
We’ve got to admit that the new airport sounds great and we would love to take in the new airport smell, but there’s another great airport just down the road. It’s the Buffalo Niagara International Airport—it even has Niagara in its name! We passed through the airport a couple years ago and it was clean, modern, and everything an airport should be, including having flights with major carriers. Okay so Buffalo's airport charges for WiFi in the terminal, but you can't win them all. Hopefully the area can handle two airports and the new Niagara Falls place can steal a little business from its big brother down the road.
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· Niagara Falls International Airport [Official Site]
· New Falls Terminal Now Lacks One Thing: Flights [Buffalo News]
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