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Ted Airlines

Ted Airline is the latest budget airline to enter the low cost airline ticket race. Ted airline is United Airlines answer to other budget airlines like Jet blue that have eroded United Airlines market share. Ted Airlines main hub is at the Denver International Airport and continues to add routes to vacation spots like Cancun, Las Vegas and other vacation destinations.

Ted Airlines first and foremost offers low cost airline tickets, Customer service is high on the list as Ted offers wider seats , their own video offering known as TedTv broadcasting music , stand up comedy and sitcoms.

Ted Airlines Quick Facts

  • Serves 25 destinations in the US
  • began service Feb 12th 2004
  • Is a United Airlines holding company
  • began service Feb 12th 2004
  • Ted ceased operations in 2008, and was folded into United’s fleet
August 22nd 2011
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