PenAir, one of Alaska’s largest regional airlines, will initiate twice-daily service to Dodge City and Liberal from Denver, starting Sept. 15.
The flights will be twice daily in each direction Monday through Friday and once daily each way on weekends.
All flights will be on PenAir’s 30-seat Saab 340 turboprop aircraft.
PenAir will enter each market with an introductory fare.
The addition of the Kansas destinations expands PenAir’s network throughout the “lower 48” with existing service out of its hubs of Anchorage, Alaska, Portland, Oregon, and Boston, Massachusetts.
“The initiation of service between Denver and these Kansas communities will provide customers with our Alaskan brand of reliable customer service and the benefit of our connectivity to flights with our codeshare partner Alaska Airlines,” stated Danny Seybert, PenAir’s CEO, in a news release. “PenAir is thrilled to be launching new service out of Denver, Colorado. We have been operating for over 60 years throughout Alaska, for the last several years in the Northeast U.S., and most recently the Pacific Northwest.”