Two Daily Nonstops To American’s Largest Hub Begin June 9
FORT WORTH, Texas, Feb. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — American Eagle Airlines, the regional affiliate of American Airlines, today announced seasonal nonstop service from Montrose Regional Airport in Montrose, Colo., to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, beginning June 9 through Sept. 6. Eagle will fly two daily round trips with 44-seat Embraer jet aircraft.
“We are pleased to enhance our current winter service to Montrose with this summer schedule – offering visitors the opportunity to experience all that the area has to offer,” said Gary Foss, Vice President of Marketing and Planning for American’s regional network. “Our customers in Southwest Colorado will enjoy convenient connections this summer from Dallas/Fort Worth to destinations throughout American’s global network.”
“The Montrose/Telluride region offers many terrific outdoor recreational opportunities, including the Black Canyon National Park as well as some of the best music and arts festivals in the country,” said Scott Stewart, Executive Director – Telluride Montrose Regional Air Organization. “Expanding the number of daily flight options with American Eagle from Dallas/Fort Worth to the Montrose airport will improve access to our world-class mountains and rivers for more domestic and international visitors.”
The schedule for flights between Dallas/Fort Worth and Montrose (all times local) is:
Dallas/Fort Worth to Montrose (DFW-MTJ)
Montrose to Dallas/Fort Worth (MTJ-DFW)