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PenAir Announces New Service from Plattsburgh International Airport

May 21st, 2012 · No Comments · Adirondack News


PenAir logoANCHORAGE, ALASKA – PenAir, one of Alaska’s largest regional airlines, will begin service between Plattsburgh, New York, and Boston’s Logan International Airport. Non-stop flights begin on June 15th with 2 flights per day, Monday thru Friday and one flight each Saturday and Sunday. The Plattsburgh to Boston inaugural flight will be flight 161 departing Plattsburgh at 3:05PM, arriving Boston’s Logan Airport at 4:30 PM on June 14, 2012.

“We are excited to start our venture into this market and to bringing our brand of customer service to the Northeast. We are an established 57-year old Alaskan company that prides ourselves on customer service, safety and reliability”, says Hall.

An introductory fare of $66.00 (inclusive of tax) each way will be available on or by calling central reservations at 800-448-4226 starting May 21st. Seats are limited and travel is good from June 15 – June 28, 2012.

The full schedule of flights below officially starts June 15, 2012.

PenAir Schedule - Plattsburgh/Boston

All schedules and fares are available at or by contacting PenAir Central Reservations at 800-448-4226.

“We are extremely pleased to welcome PenAir to our community. They are an airline that prides itself on delivering
excellent service and customer satisfaction. These are two qualities we are thrilled to offer passengers we serve. We have no doubt that PenAir will be successful at Plattsburgh International Airport.” states James Langley, Jr., Chairperson of the Clinton County Legislature.

“We welcome PenAir’s commitment to this special market and look forward to working with them to continue to build the future of Plattsburgh International Airport’, states Garry Douglas, President of the North Country Chamber of Commerce which serves as the marketing and development agency for the airport. “We are especially pleased that they will be basing aircraft and crewmembers here, representing an additional commitment. Now everyone can help the airport development effort by making maximum use of PenAir for both personal and business travel.”

PenAir will also begin service from Boston Logan International Airport to Bar Harbor, ME on May 24, 2012 and Boston to Presque Isle, ME on June 15, 2012.

PenAir is one of the largest regional airlines in Alaska and one of the largest operators of Saab 340 aircraft in the United States. Operations began in a remote village of Alaska in 1955 with a 2-seater-Taylorcraft aircraft. PenAir now operates 11 Saab, 30-passenger aircraft, employs over 500 people in the state of Alaska and is training and hiring over 50 employees on the East Coast. Founder Orin Seybert recently retired from the day to day operations of the company and turned the reigns over to his son, Danny Seybert, who is the Chairmen of the Board and CEO. The airline is a codeshare partner with Alaska Airlines and has electronic ticketing agreements with American, Delta, Alaska, USAir, United and several other carriers.

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