Great Lakes Airlines offers free tickets in exchange for food
Great Lakes Airlines that serves the Mason City Municipal Airport has good news for the people. The airline, which offers scheduled and charter service within the U.S., is giving a golden opportunity to the locals to win plane tickets.
The airline has launched the Flyin 4 Food campaign dedicated to help the needy. This campaign will benefit the Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska in Scottsbluff. As per the rules customers can donate non-perishable food items at its counters henceforth qualify to win Great Lakes Airlines tickets. Donations towards Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank can be made between 2 pm to 7 pm from Monday through Friday.
The campaign is open throughout the month of September. One person is eligible for one entry per week only. The airline intends to offer four round-trip tickets between Mason City and Minneapolis.
This carrier debuted operations on April 5, 1977. However, it launched commercial service on October 12, 1981 and the first flight took off between Spencer, Iowa and Des Moines, Iowa. Currently, it flies to 48 destinations across the United States. Its fleet comprises six Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia and 32 Raytheon Beechcraft Beech 1900D aircrafts.
At present, it has inked codeshare agreements with two commercial airlines viz. United Airlines and Frontier Airlines. The Cheyenne, Wyoming based carrier operates out of its hubs at Denver International Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, and Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport.