Cape Air Chosen To Fly EAS In Montana
Silver Airways Leaves Sept. 27
The new look of air travel in Glasgow: the Cessna 402.
A new airline has been chosen to fly Essential Air Service routes to five cities in Montana. After hearing presentations from three companies last Thursday, the EAS Task Force unanimously chose Cape Air, a New England-based regional airline that serves 37 cities throughout the Northeast, Midwest, Florida, Caribbean and Micronesia.
Cape Air serves 15 EAS cities in Vermont, New York, Maine, Missouri, Illinois and Kentucky. It was formed in 1989 with a single Cessna that flew from Boston to Cape Cod. Now it has a fleet of 74 aircraft and will fly 750,000 passengers this year.
Every fare will...
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