McKinney Airport partners with Texas Air Shuttle to offer unlimited business travel to major Texas cities

Earlier this month, the McKinney National Airport and McKinney Air Center announced Texas Air Shuttle – a membership service for business travelers, now offers unlimited flights between McKinney, Houston, Austin and San Antonio. Service began Aug. 11.

The unlimited air travel plans allow members to pay a monthly fee and fly as much as they want between McKinney National Airport and Lone Star Executive Airport in Conroe near Houston, Austin Executive Airport and Stinson Municipal Airport near San Antonio.

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Texas Air Shuttle plans to expand available destinations throughout 2016 to other cities in Texas, as well as neighboring states. Texas Air Shuttle will also work to accommodate members wishing to travel to non-listed destinations.

Steve Geldmacher is the CEO and co-founder and Ken Haney is founder and chairman of Texas Air Shuttle. Ken Wiegand is Executive Director of McKinney National Airport.

Texas Air Shuttle owns, operates and maintains a fleet of Beechcraft King Air 200 aircraft and each flight will have two pilots for additional safety.

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1 thought on “McKinney Airport partners with Texas Air Shuttle to offer unlimited business travel to major Texas cities”

  1. Too bad. More noise from that airport. They already have a lot of loud airplanes taking off and landing 10PM-2AM and 6AM and later. With this news, we are going to have even more noise. Complains to the airport about noise go nowhere.

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