TELLURIDE, Colo — Telluride Regional Airport will supply business jet service for the first time in its historical past starting Wednesday, Might 15.
Denver Air Connection, in relationship with United Airlines, will launch day by day flights from Denver to Telluride, except two brief seasonal breaks in the spring and fall.
The flights will use the Dornier 328JET in a 30-seat configuration with full in-flight providers. The time between Denver and Telluride can be forty minutes within the air.
“By way of the combined efforts of all the concerned events, we’re thrilled to announce this milestone in air service for the Telluride region,” stated Colorado Flights COO Matt Skinner. “Jet service for the Telluride airport, situated just 10 minutes from downtown and the slopes, will provide both our residents and guests fast, snug flights from Denver and United’s worldwide connections beyond.”
Although Telluride Regional Airport (TEX) has an extended history of economic turboprop service, the Denver flights would be the first operated on a jet.
Denver Air Connection
“Jet service from DEN to TEX tremendously improves accessibility and convenience,” stated Telluride Mayor Sean Murphy. “It is a recreation-changer that enhances Telluride’s international profile.”
“The enlargement of economic jet service into Telluride Regional Airport is an incredible benefit for our group and guests,” stated Mountain Village Mayor Laila Benitez. “The continued progress in air capacity and flight options is a big driver for our native financial system. We thank the Colorado Flights Alliance group for making jet service to TEX each an ongoing priority and a actuality.”
Flights might be booked with United or Denver Air Connection at United.com and DenverAirConnection.com.
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