Oct 23, 2013 9:52 AM by MTN News - Billings
BILLINGS - Cape Air announced on Monday that flights from Billings to five Montana communities will begin Dec. 10.
The Massachusetts-based airline is one of the largest independent regional airlines in the country and is making its first venture into Montana.
All seats on flights will be priced at $49 each way, which includes taxes and fees.
Cape Air's president, Linda Markham, says, "We are viewing the start of service in Montana as an exciting chapter in our organization's history. The opportunity to provide frequent, consistent air service, create new jobs and become a community partner to these six cities is one that we eagerly welcome."
Here are the flight schedules:
Billings (BIL) - Sidney (SDY): 5 daily, round-trip
Billings (BIL) - Glendive (GDV): 2 daily, round-trip
Billings (BIL) - Glasgow (GGW): 2 daily, round-trip
Billings (BIL) - Wolf Point (OLF): 2 daily, round-trip
Billings (BIL) - Havre (HVR): 2 daily, round-trip
Cape Air operates a fleet of 75 Cessna 402s, three Britten-Norman Islanders, and two ATRs.
Call 1.800.CAPE.AIR for more information, or visit their website.