March 4, 2009
(Flint, Michigan) Bishop International Airport is now the "hottest spot in Southeast Michigan": announcing free Wi-Fi, terminal-wide! "Every area of our building has been wired so you can connect to our complimentary internet service" stated Airport Director Jim Rice. "The login page does not require any access codes. Just turn on your computer and launch the service. It is as easy to use as we are to fly from."
Passengers can also use the facility's free Business Center to recharge their laptops, cell phones and other portable devices. Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Pat Corfman said, "We are always looking for ways to enhance the travelers' experience from Flint. It's just one more reason Bishop International Airport is "The smart way to fly.'"
Flint Bishop International Airport (FNT) is "The smart way to fly". Flint offers the lowest average airfares in the state. It is also the most centrally located low-fare portal to Michigan, making "Pure Michigan, Purely Affordable". The facility is served by AirTran Airways, with nonstop jet service to Ft. Myers, Tampa, Orlando and Atlanta; American Eagle with jet service to Chicago O'Hare; Continental Connection, with Cleveland service; Delta with jet flights to Atlanta; Midwest Connect, featuring nonstop service to Milwaukee and by Northwest Airlines, with nonstop flights to Detroit and Minneapolis. For reservations and flight information from Flint, visit our web site at bishopairport.org
The smart way to fly.