CommutAir

CommutAir
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Founded in 1989, CommutAir operates as United Express and is majority-owned by Champlain Enterprises, Inc. and 40% owned by United Airlines, Inc. CommutAir operates 900+ weekly flights to 30+ destinations, using Bombardier Dash-8 Q200 and Embraer ERJ145 aircraft, from bases in Newark, NJ, and Washington-Dulles. CommutAir’s 800+ employees are well-known in the industry for fostering a family culture and a friendly work environment.

Flying to United Airlines via CommutAir

At CommutAir, we offer pilots the fastest route to a United Airlines Flight Deck. In 2016, after United acquired a 40% ownership interest in...

CommutAir Extends Captain Pay to First Officers

CommutAir, a United Express® carrier, reached an agreement with the Air Line Pilots Association to pay its First Officers at Captain scale pay rates...

Aircraft Growth, Rapid Upgrades, and Newly Increased Compensation Makes CommutAir a...

CommutAir has been on a growth tear since its inaugural jet flight in 2016. The carrier recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with...

CommutAir and ATP Announce Partnership

CommutAir announced a partnership with ATP Flight School to provide ATP graduate flight instructors a financially subsidized path to a pilot job at fast-growing...

CommutAir Announces Newark ERJ-145 Flying

CommutAir, operating as United Express, is proud to have launched jet service from Newark Liberty International Airport with 17 peak day departures. The inaugural...

First 10 CommutAir CPP Pilots Awarded United Airlines Training Dates

CommutAir is proud to announce that their first 10 CPP Pilot have been awarded United Training Dates. Joel Raymond, Chief Operating Office, acknowledged this...

CommutAir

Get the Facts Since its beginnings in 1989 as a regional carrier, CommutAir has remained true to its employee-centric culture, valuing and promoting the contributions...

United Airlines offers Career Path Program for CommutAir Pilots

CommutAir announced that it has reached an agreement with United Airlines to significantly increase the number of airplanes flown under the United Express brand...

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