Lincoln Aviation announced on Wednesday that it will begin the open enrollment season for 2019, the second year of a nationwide enrollment campaign.
The airline, which flies to the U.S. from 10 countries, is offering free domestic round-trip tickets and unlimited international round-tickets for the 2019 fiscal year, starting on November 5, 2019.
This year’s campaign will also offer discounted airline fares for those who book online, which means Lincoln Aviator is offering flights for as little as $250.
The new campaign will offer “a new and exciting way to travel” by offering discounts to those who have previously purchased online, according to a statement from Lincoln.
It also will offer discounted tickets for international travelers.
This year’s enrollment campaign is the second of its kind in the nation’s aviation industry, joining a previous one in 2017, which began with online purchases for the general public.
The company said that it expects to make the 2019 open enrollment campaign the largest ever.
Lincoln is among the nation.
JetBlue and United have both recently opened their online travel offerings to the general aviation community.
Other airlines, including Alaska Airlines and American Airlines, are also participating.
The announcement of a new campaign comes as several airlines have faced financial pressures.
On Tuesday, Delta announced it would cut its workforce by nearly 1,000 jobs, with the most significant cuts coming in the airline’s cabin crew.
Delta said it would also lay off some employees and reduce the number of flights it flies, as well as cut the number and timing of flights.