Boutique Air will begin flying in and out of Greenville on October 1

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The U.S. Department of Transportation approved a two-year agreement with the San Francisco-based carrier; Boutique Air will offer three daily nonstop round-trips to Nashville using a nine-passenger Pilatus PC-12 aircraft. In May Seaport Airlines announced its plans to end service to and from Greenville Mid-Delta Airport and after receiving proposals from four airlines, the city council last month unanimously chose Boutique Air as Greenville’s next airline. The federal government will subsidize Boutique with just over $2 million under a two-year Essential Air Service contract.


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