United Airlines to start new nonstop flights from Dayton International Airport this summer

DAYTON — A new non-stop flight to Denver is coming to the Dayton International Airport.

Beginning September 29, Dayton travelers will have the option to fly nonstop from Dayton International Airport (DAY) to Denver International Airport (DEN) with United Airlines, airport and airline officials announced Tuesday.

“I am very excited to see the return of direct air service to Denver International Airport. Daily service to Denver will provide our passengers easy to and through connections westward and beyond,” said City of Dayton Director of Aviation, Gil Turner.

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The nonstop flight will be offered daily, departing DAY at 9 a.m., a spokesperson for the Dayton International Airport said.

The E175 plane is wi-fi equipped and features 12 first-class seats, 16 economy plus seats, and 48 standard economy seats.

The addition is a result of United’s ambitious United Next plan and part of a larger United announcement of 35 new flights, a dozen new gates and three new clubs in Denver.

“We’re particularly pleased to bring this important non-stop destination to the Miami Valley, thanks in large part to the extensive collaboration between Dayton area community partners and United,” said United’s Managing Director of Domestic Planning, Mark J. Weithofer. “We look forward to continuing to work together as we connect Dayton to United’s global route network via our hub gateways in Chicago, Washington, D.C. and now Denver.”

For more information or for booking, you can visit United.com.

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