Posted on: 11 March 2014 by Mark Howells
United Express jet service, operated by SkyWest Airlines, is to begin in June from Jamestown and Devils Lake Regional Airports to the major’s Denver hub, connecting the two North Dakota cities to United’s global network.
“We know how important it is for communities to have reliable, local air service, and are looking forward to starting these new flights in Jamestown and Devils Lake this summer,” commented Mike Thompson, SkyWest’s vice-president of market development. “It has never been a better time to fly local in North Dakota.”
Beginning 5 June, there will be 11 roundtrip flights each week from both Jamestown and Devils Lake to Denver, including both nonstop and one-stop trips. Every flight is timed to provide extensive connection opportunities on hundreds of daily United Airlines flights in Denver.
SkyWest will operate the flights with 50-seat Bombardier CRJ200s.