New era at Plattsburgh International Airport

Plattsburgh International Airport held a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the first United Express flight arriving this week. The airline, operated by SkyWest, took over the airport’s essential air services agreement from PenAir Airlines, and will offer two nonstop daily flights weekdays, and a daily flight on weekends, to Washington, D.C.’s Dulles International Airport. United says the daily flights on 50-seat passenger jets will connect the North Country, and Montreal, to major destinations in the U.S. and worldwide.
The airport hopes its 5-year, multi-million dollar expansion, and the opening later this year of its new international arrivals center and U.S. Customs facilities will draw interest from other airlines looking to offer flights to other U.S. destinations, the Caribbean, Mexico, or even Europe.

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