Cambria airport sets jet service
JOHNSTOWN — Daily United Express jet service, operated by SkyWest Airlines, from John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport to Chicago and Washington, D.C., will begin Dec. 3. These new flights will provide travelers access to United’s global network. Tickets are available now at united.com.
“The region’s travelers can take advantage of the one-stop connection to over 230 destinations when they choose to fly out of John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport. The travelers can also take advantage of the short, stress free drive to the airport and the free parking,” Chad Gontkovic, Johnstown-Cambria County airport manager, said in a statement.
“Whether Johnstown travelers are heading to Chicago, Washington, D.C., or beyond, these new flights are a great option,” said Greg Atkin, SkyWest’s managing director of Market Development in a statement. “Our passengers can also fly with confidence thanks to the layered approach to safety, which includes enhanced cleaning, mandatory face coverings and customer self-assessments
All United Express flights from Johnstown will be operated by SkyWest Airlines. Flights are timed to provide maximum connection opportunities for both business and leisure travelers.
Customers will have the opportunity to accrue frequent flier miles in United’s MileagePlus loyalty program and will enjoy service aboard SkyWest’s CRJ200 regional jet aircraft. SkyWest is the largest CRJ200 operator and has been named the manufacturer’s most reliable operator in North America five times.