CAE Adds New Software Allowing Passengers to Book Flights From

CAE Adds New Software Allowing Passengers to Book Flights From

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(COLUMBIA, SC) – The Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) has added new software to its website, allowing passengers to book flights to anywhere in the world directly from With FlyMyAirport™, passengers will be able to search for flights – domestic, international, nonstop, or connecting – on the airport’s website. Additionally, air travelers will be able to take advantage of flight, hotel, car, and travel package deals in the destinations of their choosing.

“In our marketing efforts we are constantly looking to drive the community and our passengers to our website for all airport and air service-related news and information,” said Kim Jamieson Crafton, Vice President of Marketing & Air Service Development.

“With this new software, the website will become a one-stop-shop resource for all air travel needs through CAE.”

“We want to encourage our community to support local, by flying local,” said Crafton. “With the home location permanently on CAE, we’re reinforcing the importance of starting – and now booking – your trips from your hometown airport.”

To book your next trip, visit and type in a destination in the search feature on the home page. Or click on FlyMyAirport™ in the upper left corner of the navigation bar to explore all the available travel deals and destinations.

“We’re excited to welcome CAE to our growing list of airport partners,” said Keegan Coulter, Chief Operating Officer of Airport One, LLC. “FlyMyAirport™ is reshaping the way airports, like CAE, serve their communities, bringing enhanced customer service directly to their doorsteps and devices. It’s also the right conversation for airports to have with their community.”

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