Red Way Takes to the Skies as Nebraska's New Way to Fly

Today, the Lincoln Airport, Red Way (acting as Sales Agent on behalf of GlobalX Air Tours, LLC), GlobalX Air Tours, LLC, and Global Crossing Airlines, Inc. (Global Crossing Airlines) are announcing exciting new jet service to top destinations departing directly from Lincoln, Nebraska.

Global X aircraft - A320

Red Way, the Lincoln Airport, GlobalX Air Tours, and Global Crossing Airlines are proudly announcing new air service to multiple destinations. Red Way is on a mission to bring top destinations, affordable fares, and great customer service directly to Lincoln and all of Nebraska. 

Flights will be operated directly from LNK and offered by GlobalX Air Tours, a DOT - Part 380 public charter operator, with the support of Global Crossing Airlines, a best-in-class charter carrier with U.S. and international operations. Customers can expect a safe, efficient, and comfortable flying experience aboard a fleet of Airbus A320 or A321 aircraft. Red Way and GlobalX Air Tours will be adhering to a cost-efficient structure to offer affordable fares, flexibility, and choice. Customers can choose their own experience with basic economy or premium options that include perks such as spacious leg room, and additional baggage. Amenities such as food and beverage will also be available on the aircraft for purchase. Initial destinations include Orlando (MCO), Las Vegas (LAS), Dallas Fort Worth (DFW), Nashville (BNA), Austin (AUS), Atlanta (ATL), and Minneapolis (MSP). 

"Red Way and the Lincoln Airport believe in the power of community, and in supporting local. Bringing an operator to LNK who is dedicated to providing service for our community will enable us to create new jobs and opportunities while making air travel easy and convenient for the people of Nebraska," said David Haring, Executive Director of the Lincoln Airport Authority. 

Global Crossing Airlines Chairman & CEO, Ed Wegel, noted that "Lincoln and the surrounding areas foster an energy and sense of community that we knew would be critical to what we wish to achieve. We want to uplift the community, while helping to fuel the local economy." Wegel continued, "The size and continued growth of Lincoln is impressive and supportive of a robust air service network. The community deserves the convenience of more options directly from their local airport. We are thrilled to be able to work with LNK and Red Way to provide that."

Flights are scheduled and available for purchase on the Red Way company's website in time for the popular summer travel season, with start dates occurring between June 8-24. Visit to book and learn more. Make sure to follow @goflyred on social to keep your eyes on news, exciting announcements, and promotions. 

About Red Way

Red Way is Nebraska's Way to Fly. We are on a mission to provide Lincoln and the surrounding communities with top destinations, affordable fares, and great customer service. Visit and follow us on social @goflyred to learn more. 

About GlobalX Air Tours, LLC

GlobalX Air Tours, LLC is a DOT - Part 380 public charter operator.

About Global Crossing Airlines

GlobalX is a US 121 domestic flag and supplemental Airline flying the Airbus A320 and A321 family aircraft. GlobalX flies as a passenger and cargo ACMI and charter airline serving the U.S., Caribbean, European and Latin American markets. For more information, please visit

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Source: Red Way


Tags: Air Service, Lincoln, Travel

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The Lincoln Airport Authority is the political entity responsible for overseeing the planning, development, operation, and maintenance of the Lincoln Airport (LNK). The Lincoln Airport is the second largest airport in Nebraska centrally located in th