JAMESTOWN, N.D. (KFGO-AM) -- The new United Express jet service for both the Jamestown and Devils Lake Regional Airports to Denver will be available starting on June 5th.
United Express is operated by SkyWest Airlines. Starting June 5th, 11 round trip flights will be available from both Jamestown and Devils Lake, including both nonstop and one-stop trips. The jet will be a 50 passenger Bombardier-manufactured Canadair Regional Jet 200 (CRJ200).
Jamestown Regional Airport Manager Matt Leitner says the transition has been going very smoothly from Great Lakes Airlines to SkyWest.
“We went live on united.com last weekend for flights beginning June 5thand from what I can discern, fares are very attractive for this market. Sterling service and competitive fares; I’m confident this is going to really take-off.” Matt stated.