Aviation News

October 6, 2010

Vision Airlines to Launch Scheduled Flights Between Atlanta and Louisville

Vision Airlines Dornier 328 N328MX

Vision Airlines Dornier 328 (N328MX) (Photo courtesy of Vision Airlines)

Charter operator Vision Airlines has announced the introduction of twice-daily scheduled service between Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) and Louisville International Airport (SDF) beginning December 13th.

Flights will be operated by 30-seat Dornier 328 turboprop aircraft. A $99 introductory fare is offered.

“Vision Airlines is excited to offer this new, low-cost air service to the communities of Louisville and Atlanta. It is our desire to continue to grow our service and route structure and offer tremendous value to the business and leisure traveler,” said David Meers, Senior Vice President for Vision Airlines in a statement.

As far as we can tell, this will be the only scheduled Dornier in the continental U.S. once it starts.


Depart Louisville 7:30am – Arrive Atlanta 8:50am
Depart Louisville 3:45pm – Arrive Atlanta 5:15pm
Depart Atlanta 9:40am – Arrive Louisville 1:55am
Depart Atlanta 6:00pm – Arrive Louisville 7:25pm

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