Sunbelt, primarily an air-taxi and charter operator, flew scheduled Cessna service between Atlanta and Rome, Georgia. Flights began on July 24, 1979 but were discontinued in early 1980 when the expected traffic demand failed to materialize. Southeastern Commuter Airlines entered the Atlanta – Rome market shortly after Sunbelt's demise with similarly unsuccessful results.
Route map showing Sunbelt's single 65-mile route between Atlanta and Rome's Richard B. Russell Airport. Created with Great Circle Mapper.