DAYTON — A new non-stop flight service from Dayton International Airport is starting today.
The initial flight from Dayton to Denver, Colorado on United Airlines was at 9 a.m. this morning, according to a Dayton International Airport spokesperson.
News Center 7 reported back in May that Dayton travelers have the option to fly nonstop from Dayton International Airport (DAY) to Denver International Airport (DEN) with United Airlines.
Gov. Mike DeWine said Friday that this new flight would make “Ohio more accessible as we continue to attract new businesses and opportunity for Ohioans.”
“We’re so pleased United Airlines is bringing this Denver flight to Dayton—especially for our passengers,” Gil Turner, City of Dayton Director of Aviation, said. “Not only is Denver a great destination, but Denver also provides for connections westward and beyond.”
The nonstop flight will depart daily at 9 a.m. from Dayton to Denver, a Dayton International Airport said back in May.
“We’re excited to bring this new, non-stop flight to the Miami Valley and thank our partners at the Dayton International Airport and the greater Dayton area community for their continued collaboration,” Mark Weithofer, United’s Managing Director of Domestic Network Planning, said.
The flight will be on an E175 plane that is Wi-Fi equipped and features 12 first-class seats, 16 economy-plus seats, and 48 standard economy seats.
For more information or for booking, you can visit United.com.
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