CommutAir Announces Newark ERJ-145 Flying

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CommutAir, operating as United Express, is proud to have launched jet service from Newark Liberty International Airport with 17 peak day departures. The inaugural flight took place on January 4.  CommutAir will be opening a crew base in Newark, NJ, in February 2017.

Rene DeLange, Director of Airport Operations states, “This is an exciting time for our employees to start daily service with the growing fleet of Embraer 145 aircraft, which compliments our already existing 34 peak day departures on the Bombardier Q200/Q300 aircraft.”

Enjoying unprecedented growth, CommutAir is expected to fly up to 100 ERJ-145 aircrafts by 2020.

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SOURCEAero Crew News, February 2017
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Headquartered in North Olmsted, Ohio, CommutAir is a fast expanding regional airline operating on behalf of United Airlines as United Express. Since 1989, CommutAir has remained committed to safety, efficiency and reliability. CommutAir serves more than 1.4 million passengers annually and averages 100 flights a day to more than 20 cities within the United States. We are the world’s largest Dash-8 Q200 fleet operator also flying Q300 turboprops and most recently added Embraer 145 jets. Our growing company’s main hubs are located in Washington Dulles Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. Our 500+ employees are among the best people in the industry.