USA3000 New Washington Dulles to Fort Myers; Non-Stop to Fort Myers

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa., Feb. 21 /PRNewswire/ — USA3000 Airlines, a low-fare, full-service airline, today announces good news for Washington / Virginia area passengers with new non-stop service to Fort Myers from Washington Dulles International Airport. Flights are now available for booking at Everyday low fares start at $59* per one-way segment plus taxes. Flights are available for booking from May 2, 2005 onwards.

USA3000 Airlines schedule to Fort Myers as follows:

Flight No. Day From To Dep. Arr. Eff. Date

U5-1004 Mon, Fri IAD RSW 10:55pm 1:55pm May 2, 2005

With USA3000 every passenger enjoys complimentary meals with entree choices, special meal requests, a nominal fee for headsets for movies and multiple audio channels for listening pleasure on every international. We look forward to adding this new summer destination to our flight schedule from Washington Dulles International Airport, said Trevor Sadler, Director Sales & Marketing.

USA3000 offers low fares with simple fare rules on every fare: No round- trip ticket purchase or Saturday stay, one-year extensions in the event a passenger is unable to make the trip as originally purchased, and name changes are also possible.

To make a reservation book online at in English or Spanish, call 1-877-USA-3000 (872-3000), or call your local travel agent.

*All fares are one way. However, changes can be made for a fee. Fares are net of taxes and passenger facility charges: a $3.20 per segment Federal Excise Tax (a segment is defined as one takeoff and one landing); up to $10 September 11th Security fee (per round trip); and up to $18 Airport Passenger Facility charge (per round trip). Fares, routes and schedules are subject to change without notice. Fare may not be available on all flights. A limited number of seats are available at the lowest fares. Please check for complete schedule.

Contact: Trevor Sadler – Director Sales & Marketing – 610-325-1872 –

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