SeaPort Airlines to host Easter Egg Hunt for Flights

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SeaPort Airlines to host Easter Egg Hunt for Flights

seaportSalina, Kan., (March 14, 2012) - SeaPort Airlines will hold their second annual Easter Egg Hunt for Flights at Oakdale Park at 10 a.m. on April 7.

Children age 10 and under are invited to search for eggs filled with toys, candy and other goodies. A grand prize, the Golden Egg, will be available for each age group; it will grant the holder and one accompanying parent a round trip ticket on SeaPort Airlines.

Participants will be divided into three age groups: children 4 and under, children 5-7 years old, and children 8-10 years old. All children must be accompanied by a supervising parent that is responsible for their child during the event. Children 4 years and under will be required to have a parent on the field with them at all times. SeaPort Airlines staff will be available to direct the hunt and answer questions.

Attending parents will also get a sneak peak at an upcoming promotion that will really knock their socks off!

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SeaPort Airlines is a scheduled commuter airline, operating more than 100 total daily scheduled flights within Tennessee, Arkansas, Oregon, Washington, Kansas, Missouri, and Alaska. Each location consistently provides passengers with efficient and convenient service.

Without the hassle of waiting in large lines, passengers may arrive just 20 minutes prior to departure. Customers can arrange to be met by a taxi upon landing, creating a smooth transfer to the doorstep of their final destination. All clients are met by friendly and skilled staff members who are willing to answer questions and present a high-quality brand of customer service. Reservations can be made by calling 888-573-2767 or visiting the SeaPort Airlines website atwww.SeaPortAirlines.com.

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The Salina Airport Authority is a body corporate and politic. The Authority was created by the City of Salina in April 1965 pursuant to the authority granted by the City by the surplus property and public airport authority act of the State of Kansas. The Authority is managed and controlled by a five-member Board of Directors appointed by the Salina City Commission.

The Salina Airport Authority is home to the Salina Municipal Airport, the Salina Aviation Service Center and the Salina Airport Industrial Center. The board of directors and staff are proactive in providing the citizens ofSalina, Saline County and North Central Kansas with a center that support business and industry, which, in turn, provides jobs and payroll that benefit the region.

The Salina Municipal Airport is the only commercial service airport serving Salina/Saline County and the 22-county area, which comprises North Central Kansas. The airport also services the corporate, business, private aviation and flight training needs of industry, business and individuals in the area.

Salina Airport Authority Executive Director
Tim Rogers, A.A.E.
Salina Airport Authority Manager of Public Affairs & Communications
Melissa L. McCoy
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