A new airline takes over passenger service today at the Altoona-Blair County Airport.
Silver Airlines will offer three flights per day to Dulles International Airport in Washington. The company replaces Colgan Air, whose parent company Pinnacle filed for bankruptcy in April. Pinnacle was granted permission by the Federal government to terminate its Essential Air Service contract in order to reorganize and offer more profitable flights.
Silver Airways acquired the nearly $4-million contract and plans to change its flight schedule in October to accommodate early morning and late evening business travelers. The company is also offering reduced airfares throughout August to encourage more people to use the airport.
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