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MetroAir Brings Much Needed Air Service to Hartford’s Bradley Int’l Airport

August 23, 2016 - Featured Post, News, Operations

WINDSOR LOCKS, CT – MetroAir has annouced today the addition of 5 new daily flights and two new destinations from Hartfords’ Bradley International Airport.

Beginning September 1st, MetroAir will bring mainline service to BDL with two daily flights to Fort Lauderdale and one daily flight to Kansas City, both served by Airbus A319 aircraft. In addition, MetroAir will also operate a total of three daily flights to Boston Logan International Airport. The short hop on board the Embraer 145 regional aircraft will offer passengers connections to over 100 destinations on five continents.

“Hartford has been an underserved market in our network for many years. It has regularly been one of our top requested destinations for additional service, pointed out Chief Media Officer Anders Young, “We believe Hartford will be another success story for our airline.”

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About the Author

Anders was born and raised in Northern California. He has been interested in aviation since childhood and began flight simming when he stumbled upon a copy of FS2000 at a friend's house. Anders joined MetroAir in 2007; after flying with MetroAir for over 5 years, Anders joined the staff in February 2013 as the Ontario Hub Manager. After 10 months as Hub Manager, Anders moved to the position of Director of Media and Marketing. In the real world, Anders is a graduate of Arizona State University, graduating with Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering. He currently works for American Airlines. His career goal is to become a Airline Transport Pilot at a major US airline. He currently holds a Private Pilot Certificate with an Instrument Rating.

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