Talk:Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport
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Any new destinations to/from Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport? Anyone?
Hello. I'm a native of Chattanooga and I'm understandably proud of the airport here. We've gained a lot of service in the last few years, including Detroit, Texas and Florida, and I would like to see this great little airport continue to grow. This great little airport is a model that all other airports should follow. I've flown from here many, many times and it's just amazing how easy it is to get from the parking lot to the airplane. You could make your flight in 15 or 20 mins. if you had to hurry. I'm sure that there's some envious business traveller out there reading this... You simply can't do that in Atlanta, Nashville or Minneapolis or anywhere else and get to large cities in the USA, such as Chicago, Atlanta, Memphis or Detroit. So, one of the ways to keep this airport aiming for high marks on customer satisfication is via new destinations. I would like to have a discussion on which destinations CHA could see in the next 5-20 years. If you know of a new destination for Chattanooga's airport, kindly put it here and in the article. Thanks. Jay (talk) 03:11, 12 June 2008 (UTC)