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1 PASSENGER TARIFF AND SALES MANUAL CONNECTICUT INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE LOCAL REDUCED CITY-PAIR S The following section contains city-pair fares that are lower than walkup mileage-based fares. Although shown in only one direction, the fares in this section apply in both directions, unless otherwise indicated. If the APP Column is blank you can safely quote and sell this fare in the opposite direction. If the APP Column contains a double asterisk "**", that indicates the fare is not available in the reverse direction. For the most part this would pertain to casino fares or fares that are restricted to a specific schedule. Travel may be routed over the lines of the carriers shown in Section 2, except those indicated as participating in mileage fares only. In addition, an "I" in the APP Column means that the fare is an interline fare. Greyhound does not provide the entire service. All fares in this section apply from and to the points specifically named only. Do not use the fares to blanket intermediate points unless indicated in the "RESTRICTION" column. Pay particular attention to any restrictions associated with a fare. Restrictions are explained in the Restriction Code Section of this Manual. For agents in and passengers traveling to metropolitan areas, the "PM" shown in the Restrictions column indicates that the city-pair fare also applies to surrounding communities, i.e., the fare between Santa Monica, CA and Mesa, AZ would be the same as the fare between Los Angeles, CA and Phoenix, AZ. Refer to the Primary Markets section of this Manual for a complete list of primary market cities and the surrounding communities. Mark all tickets sold using fares in this section: "CTCP" Friday, April 04, 2014 Page 13.1

2 PASSENGER TARIFF AND SALES MANUAL CONNECTICUT INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE LOCAL REDUCED CITY-PAIR S 3/9/12 ** BRIDGEPO CT ATLANTIC CITY NJ $39.50 $39.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,NR 6/25/08 BRIDGEPO CT BOSTON MA $34.00 $64.00 MPM,NFD,NR 12/10/08 BRIDGEPO CT BOSTON MA $34.00 $64.00 MPM,NR 6/25/08 BRIDGEPO CT HAFORD CT $15.00 $30.00 NR 3/9/12 ** BRIDGEPO CT LEDYARD CASINOS CT $27.00 $27.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 6/25/08 BRIDGEPO CT NEW BRITAIN CT $13.00 $26.00 NR 6/25/08 BRIDGEPO CT NEW HAVEN CT $10.00 $20.00 NR 6/25/08 BRIDGEPO CT NEW YORK NY $15.00 $30.00 NR 6/25/08 BRIDGEPO CT SPRINGFIELD MA $23.00 $46.00 NR 6/25/08 BRIDGEPO CT STAMFORD CT $10.00 $20.00 NR 6/25/08 BRIDGEPO CT WASHINGTON DC $55.00 $ PM,NR 1/23/09 BRIDGEPO CT WASHINGTON DC $55.00 $ PM,NR 6/25/08 BRIDGEPO CT WHITE PLAINS NY $10.00 $20.00 NR 6/25/08 BRIDGEPO CT WORCESTER MA $30.00 $60.00 NR 6/25/08 FARMINGTON CT BOSTON MA $27.00 $52.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 FARMINGTON CT BOSTON MA $27.00 $52.00 NR 6/25/08 FARMINGTON CT FRAMINGHAM MA $27.00 $52.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 FARMINGTON CT FRAMINGHAM MA $27.00 $52.00 NR 6/25/08 FARMINGTON CT HAFORD CT $7.50 $15.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 FARMINGTON CT HAFORD CT $7.50 $15.00 NR 6/25/08 FARMINGTON CT NEWTON MA $26.00 $50.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 FARMINGTON CT NEWTON MA $26.00 $50.00 NR 6/25/08 FARMINGTON CT SPRINGFIELD MA $17.00 $34.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 FARMINGTON CT SPRINGFIELD MA $17.00 $34.00 NR 6/25/08 FARMINGTON CT WORCESTER MA $23.00 $46.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 FARMINGTON CT WORCESTER MA $23.00 $46.00 NR 12/19/12 HAFORD CT ATLANTA GA $ $ PM,NR 3/9/12 ** HAFORD CT ATLANTIC CITY NJ $50.00 $49.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,NR 1/15/13 HAFORD CT AUGUSTA ME $63.00 $ PM,NFD,HS,NR 2/18/11 4/7/14 HAFORD CT BANGOR ME $52.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 2/18/11 4/7/14 HAFORD CT BANGOR ME $43.00 $86.00 A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 ** HAFORD CT BANGOR ME $68.00 $ NR 1/15/13 HAFORD CT BANGOR ME $68.00 $ PM,NFD,NR 4/15/08 HAFORD CT BOSTON MA $ $0.00 MR10,L30,NCF,NFD,HS,NR Friday, April 04, 2014 Page 13.2

3 PASSENGER TARIFF AND SALES MANUAL CONNECTICUT INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE LOCAL REDUCED CITY-PAIR S 4/15/08 HAFORD CT BOSTON MA $ $0.00 MR20,L60,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 7/30/12 HAFORD CT BOSTON MA $28.00 $56.00 MPM,NR,NHP,NWP 7/26/13 HAFORD CT BOSTON MA $26.00 $52.00 NR 6/25/08 HAFORD CT HEMPSTEAD NY $22.00 $43.00 NR 3/9/12 ** HAFORD CT LEDYARD CASINOS CT $30.00 $30.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 6/25/08 HAFORD CT NEW BRITAIN CT $11.00 $22.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 HAFORD CT NEW BRITAIN CT $11.00 $22.00 NR 6/25/08 HAFORD CT NEW HAVEN CT $15.00 $28.00 NR 4/15/08 HAFORD CT NEW YORK NY $ $0.00 MR20,L60,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 4/15/08 HAFORD CT NEW YORK NY $ $0.00 MR10,L30,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 7/30/12 HAFORD CT NEW YORK NY $28.00 $50.00 MPM,NR,NHP,NWP 7/26/13 HAFORD CT NEW YORK NY $26.00 $52.00 NR 6/25/08 HAFORD CT NOHAMPTON MA $19.00 $34.00 S,NCP,NFD,NR 6/25/08 HAFORD CT NOHAMPTON MA $20.00 $36.00 NFD,NR 5/14/09 HAFORD CT PHILADELPHIA PA $36.00 $72.00 A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/19/09 HAFORD CT PHILADELPHIA PA $30.00 $60.00 A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/13/10 HAFORD CT PHILADELPHIA PA $43.00 $86.00 PM,NR 1/15/13 HAFORD CT POLAND ME $51.00 $ PM,NFD,HS,NR 6/1/01 HAFORD CT SPRINGFIELD MA $ $0.00 MR20,L60,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 4/15/08 HAFORD CT SPRINGFIELD MA $80.00 $0.00 MR10,L30,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 6/25/08 HAFORD CT SPRINGFIELD MA $10.00 $20.00 NR 6/25/08 HAFORD CT STAMFORD CT $19.00 $38.00 NR 6/25/08 HAFORD CT UNIV OF MA AMHERST 6/25/08 HAFORD CT UNIV OF MA AMHERST MA $20.00 $36.00 NFD,NR MA $19.00 $34.00 S,NCP,NFD,NR 5/14/09 HAFORD CT WASHINGTON DC $51.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/19/09 HAFORD CT WASHINGTON DC $42.00 $84.00 A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/13/10 HAFORD CT WASHINGTON DC $59.00 $ PM,NR 6/25/08 HAFORD CT WHITE PLAINS NY $22.00 $44.00 NR 6/25/08 HAFORD CT WORCESTER MA $18.00 $36.00 NR 4/1/08 LEDYARD CASINOS CT BOSTON MA $21.00 $42.00 NCF,NFD,HS,NR 4/1/08 LEDYARD CASINOS CT FRAMINGHAM MA $21.00 $42.00 NCF,NFD,HS,NR 3/9/12 LEDYARD CASINOS CT HEMPSTEAD NY $28.00 $56.00 NFD,NWP,NR 5/17/11 LEDYARD CASINOS CT NEW BRITAIN CT $14.00 $28.00 NCF,NFD,HS,NR Friday, April 04, 2014 Page 13.3

4 PASSENGER TARIFF AND SALES MANUAL CONNECTICUT INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE LOCAL REDUCED CITY-PAIR S 3/9/12 LEDYARD CASINOS CT NEW HAVEN CT $ $0.00 MR10,L15,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 3/9/12 ** LEDYARD CASINOS CT NEW YORK NY $26.00 $47.00 NCF,NFD,HS,NR 3/9/12 LEDYARD CASINOS CT NEWTON MA $23.00 $46.00 NCF,NFD,HS,NR 3/9/12 LEDYARD CASINOS CT QUEENS VILLAGE NY $28.00 $56.00 NFD,NWP,NR 3/9/12 ** NEW BRITAIN CT ATLANTIC CITY NJ $50.00 $49.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,NR 3/9/12 ** NEW BRITAIN CT LEDYARD CASINOS CT $27.00 $27.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 6/25/08 NEW BRITAIN CT NEW HAVEN CT $13.00 $26.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 NEW BRITAIN CT NEW HAVEN CT $13.00 $26.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW BRITAIN CT NEW ROCHELLE NY $23.00 $46.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW BRITAIN CT NEW YORK NY $26.00 $49.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 NEW BRITAIN CT NEW YORK NY $26.00 $49.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW BRITAIN CT SPRINGFIELD MA $17.00 $34.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW BRITAIN CT STAMFORD CT $17.00 $34.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW BRITAIN CT WHITE PLAINS NY $19.00 $38.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW BRITAIN CT WORCESTER MA $23.00 $46.00 NR 3/9/12 ** NEW HAVEN CT ATLANTIC CITY NJ $50.00 $49.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,NR 5/13/10 NEW HAVEN CT BOSTON MA $33.00 $65.00 MPM,NR 6/25/08 NEW HAVEN CT HEMPSTEAD NY $17.00 $34.00 NR 3/9/12 ** NEW HAVEN CT LEDYARD CASINOS CT $27.00 $27.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 5/13/10 NEW HAVEN CT NEW LONDON CT $15.50 $31.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW HAVEN CT NEW ROCHELLE NY $17.00 $34.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW HAVEN CT NEW YORK NY $22.00 $44.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 NEW HAVEN CT NEW YORK NY $22.00 $44.00 NR 1/15/13 NEW HAVEN CT PROVIDENCE RI $31.00 $62.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW HAVEN CT QUEENS VILLAGE NY $17.00 $34.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW HAVEN CT SPRINGFIELD MA $23.00 $44.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW HAVEN CT STAMFORD CT $11.00 $22.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW HAVEN CT WHITE PLAINS NY $15.00 $30.00 NR 6/25/08 NEW HAVEN CT WORCESTER MA $27.00 $54.00 NFD,NR 12/10/08 NEW HAVEN CT WORCESTER MA $27.00 $54.00 NR 3/9/12 ** NEW LONDON CT ATLANTIC CITY NJ $53.00 $53.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,NR 1/15/13 NEW LONDON CT BOSTON MA $30.00 $58.00 NR 3/9/12 ** NEW LONDON CT LEDYARD CASINOS CT $22.00 $22.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY AKRON OH $69.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR Friday, April 04, 2014 Page 13.4

5 PASSENGER TARIFF AND SALES MANUAL CONNECTICUT INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE LOCAL REDUCED CITY-PAIR S 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY AKRON OH $77.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY AKRON OH $93.00 $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY ALBANY GA $ $ PM,NR 3/9/12 NEW YORK NY ALTOONA PA $80.00 $ MPM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY ALTOONA PA $66.00 $ MPM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY ATLANTA GA $ $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY ATLANTA GA $ $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY ATLANTA GA $ $ PM,NR 7/1/08 NEW YORK NY ATLANTIC CITY NJ $25.00 $35.00 MPM,T,NFD,HS,NR 9/26/11 ** NEW YORK NY ATLANTIC CITY NJ $37.00 $37.00 MPM,CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 9/26/11 ** NEW YORK NY ATLANTIC CITY NJ $40.00 $40.00 MPM,CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,HS,NR (All SKEDS After 1730 on FRI) 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY AUGUSTA GA $ $ PM,NR 5/29/12 NEW YORK NY BALTIMORE MD $39.95 $75.95 MPM,NCP,NFD,NR,HS 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY BANGOR ME $60.00 $ PM,NFD,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY BIRMINGHAM AL $ $ PM,NR 5/29/12 NEW YORK NY BOSTON MA $39.95 $75.95 MPM,NCF,NCP,NFD,NR,HS 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY BURLINGTON VT $62.00 $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY CHARLESTON SC $ $ PM,NR 5/3/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY CHARLOTTE NC $97.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/3/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY CHARLOTTE NC $76.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY CHARLOTTE NC $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY CHARLOTTESVILLE VA $87.00 $ PM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY CHICAGO IL $89.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY CHICAGO IL $ $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY CHICAGO IL $ $ PM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY CINCINNATI OH $81.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY CINCINNATI OH $91.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY CINCINNATI OH $ $ PM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY CLEVELAND OH $77.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY CLEVELAND OH $69.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY CLEVELAND OH $93.00 $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY COLUMBIA SC $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY COLUMBUS GA $ $ PM,NR Friday, April 04, 2014 Page 13.5

6 PASSENGER TARIFF AND SALES MANUAL CONNECTICUT INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE LOCAL REDUCED CITY-PAIR S 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY COLUMBUS OH $81.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY COLUMBUS OH $91.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY COLUMBUS OH $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY DALLAS TX $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY DANVILLE VA $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY DAYTON OH $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY DAYTONA BEACH FL $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY DENVER CO $ $ PM,NR 5/2/11 NEW YORK NY DETROIT MI $70.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY DETROIT MI $79.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY DETROIT MI $95.00 $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY EL PASO TX $ $ PM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY ERIE PA $72.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY ERIE PA $64.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY ERIE PA $86.00 $ PM,NR 5/3/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY FAYETTEVILLE NC $78.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/3/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY FAYETTEVILLE NC $92.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY FAYETTEVILLE NC $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY FREDERICK MD $58.00 $ MPM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY FREDERICKSBURG VA $74.00 $ MPM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY FT MYERS FL $ $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY FT MYERS FL $ $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY FT MYERS FL $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY GRAND RAPIDS MI $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY GREENVILLE NC $ $ PM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY GREENVILLE SC $ $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY GREENVILLE SC $ $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY GREENVILLE SC $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY HAGERSTN MD $68.00 $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY HARRISBURG PA $48.00 $96.00 MPM,NR 7/30/12 NEW YORK NY HAFORD CT $28.00 $50.00 MPM,NR,NHP,NWP 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY HOUSTON TX $ $ PM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY INDIANAPOLIS IN $ $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY INDIANAPOLIS IN $89.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR Friday, April 04, 2014 Page 13.6

7 PASSENGER TARIFF AND SALES MANUAL CONNECTICUT INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE LOCAL REDUCED CITY-PAIR S 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY INDIANAPOLIS IN $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY JACKSONVILLE FL $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY KNOXVILLE TN $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY LAREDO TX $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY LAS VEGAS NV $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY LEWISTON ME $77.00 $ PM,NFD,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY LOS ANGELES CA $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY $ $ PM,NR 6/25/08 NEW YORK NY LELL MA $48.00 $96.00 PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY MACON GA $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY MEMPHIS TN $ $ PM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY MIAMI FL $ $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY MIAMI FL $ $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY MIAMI FL $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY MILWAUKEE WI $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY MONTGOMERY AL $ $ PM,NR 1/6/14 NEW YORK NY MONTREAL QC $86.00 $ PM,NFD,HS 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY MYLE BEACH SC $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY NASHVILLE TN $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY NEW BERN NC $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY NORFOLK VA $65.00 $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY ORANGEBURG SC $ $ PM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY ORLANDO FL $ $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY ORLANDO FL $ $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY ORLANDO FL $ $ PM,NR 6/4/12 NEW YORK NY PHILADELPHIA PA $17.00 $34.00 MPM,NCP,NFD,NR,HS 5/3/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY PITTSBURGH PA $50.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/3/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY PITTSBURGH PA $56.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY PITTSBURGH PA $66.00 $ PM,NR 4/8/08 NEW YORK NY PLATTSBURGH NY $72.00 $ MPM,NFD,NWP 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY PROVIDENCE RI $39.00 $76.00 MPM,BLK,NR 5/3/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY RALEIGH NC $91.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/3/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY RALEIGH NC $79.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY RALEIGH NC $ $ PM,NR Friday, April 04, 2014 Page 13.7

8 PASSENGER TARIFF AND SALES MANUAL CONNECTICUT INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE LOCAL REDUCED CITY-PAIR S 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY RICHMOND VA $64.00 $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY ROANOKE VA $ $ PM,NR 1/3/12 NEW YORK NY ROCHESTER NY $68.00 $ MPM,NFD,HS 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY SALISBURY MD $68.00 $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY SAVANNAH GA $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY SCRANTON PA $42.00 $81.00 MPM,HS,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY SOUTH HILL VA $ $ PM,NR 6/25/08 NEW YORK NY SPRINGFIELD MA $36.00 $64.00 MPM,S,NCP,NFD,NR 10/13/09 NEW YORK NY SPRINGFIELD MA $37.00 $66.00 MPM,NR 10/13/09 NEW YORK NY SPRINGFIELD MA $36.00 $64.00 MPM,S,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY ST LOUIS MO $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY STATE COLLEGE PA $63.00 $ MPM,NR 1/3/12 NEW YORK NY SYRACUSE NY $40.00 $80.00 MPM,NFD,NWP 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY TALLAHASSEE FL $ $ PM,NR 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY TAMPA FL $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY TOLEDO OH $93.00 $ PM,NR 6/1/09 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY TORONTO ON $68.00 $ A1,PM,NFD,NWP 6/1/09 NEW YORK NY TORONTO ON $48.00 $96.00 YM40,A10,PM,NFD,NWP 6/1/09 NEW YORK NY TORONTO ON $15.00 $30.00 YM5,A14,PM,NFD,NWP 6/1/09 NEW YORK NY TORONTO ON $25.00 $50.00 YM10,A12,PM,NFD,NWP 6/1/09 NEW YORK NY TORONTO ON $1.00 $2.00 YM5,A21,PM,NFD,NWP 1/3/12 NEW YORK NY TORONTO ON $79.00 $ PM,NFD,NWP,57 1/3/12 NEW YORK NY TORONTO ON $77.00 $ PM,NFD,NWP, /29/12 NEW YORK NY WASHINGTON DC $39.95 $75.95 MPM,NCP,NFD,NR,HS 12/19/12 NEW YORK NY WEST PALM BEACH FL $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY WHITE RIVER JCT VT $62.00 $ PM,NR 6/25/08 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY WILMINGTON DE $32.00 $64.00 MPM,NR 5/2/11 NEW YORK NY WILMINGTON NC $ $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY WILMINGTON NC $89.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY WILMINGTON NC $ $ PM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY WOODBRIDGE VA $67.00 $ MPM,NR 6/25/08 NEW YORK NY WORCESTER MA $42.00 $79.00 MPM,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY YORK PA $51.00 $ MPM,NR 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY YOUNGSTN OH $72.00 $ A7,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR Friday, April 04, 2014 Page 13.8

9 PASSENGER TARIFF AND SALES MANUAL CONNECTICUT INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE LOCAL REDUCED CITY-PAIR S 5/2/11 4/7/14 NEW YORK NY YOUNGSTN OH $64.00 $ A14,PM,HB,NFD,NPT,NR 1/15/13 NEW YORK NY YOUNGSTN OH $86.00 $ PM,NR 3/9/12 ** STAMFORD CT ATLANTIC CITY NJ $39.50 $39.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,NR 6/25/08 STAMFORD CT BOSTON MA $34.00 $68.00 MPM,NR 3/9/12 ** STAMFORD CT LEDYARD CASINOS CT $27.00 $27.00 CAS,RL4,NCF,NFD,HS,NR 8/5/97 STAMFORD CT NEW YORK NY $5.00 $10.00 B 6/25/08 STAMFORD CT NEW YORK NY $12.00 $24.00 NR 6/25/08 STAMFORD CT SPRINGFIELD MA $31.00 $62.00 NR 6/25/08 STAMFORD CT WASHINGTON DC $55.00 $ PM,NR 1/23/09 STAMFORD CT WASHINGTON DC $55.00 $ PM,NR 6/25/08 STAMFORD CT WHITE PLAINS NY $8.00 $16.00 NR 6/25/08 STAMFORD CT WORCESTER MA $34.00 $68.00 NR Friday, April 04, 2014 Page 13.9

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