Flyglobespan Offers New U.S. Services

Flyglobespan, a low-cost European carrier launched in 2002, is expanding its services in the United States. Beginning May 25, Flyglobespan will start daily direct flights to Newark International Airport in New Jersey from John Lennon Airport in Liverpool, marking JLA's first scheduled transatlantic service to Newark. Flyglobespan in 2007 also will begin direct flights from Glasgow to Las Vegas, as well as from Glasgow to Boston. Visit [www.flyglobespan.com].

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