New Commercial Air Service Needs Flyers

Fewer numbers of people than managers had hoped are using the new commercial air service flying in and out of Sheridan. CEO Dixie Johnson of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce gave us an update on the air service, which has been in place for a little less than two months, now.

She said the carrier, Denver Air Connection, has been able to maintain a 97 percent on-time rate.

She said the reliability, performance and service has been outstanding and the Dornier jet is comfortable, so makes the hour flight into Denver a quick one. But, she said, they need flyers. So, through the 15th, Fly Sheridan is offering reduced-rate prices for flights in and out of the Denver hub.

The sale price applies to tickets purchased for travel dates now through May. There are some restrictions and tickets must be purchased seven days in advance of a trip. For more details, see below.
Other Fare rules:
Fares are completely non-refundable and non-transferrable. Tickets must be purchased at the time of reservation.
Fares are valid for one-way travel. Fares are combinable with other fares.
Seats are limited and subject to availability on a first-come, first-served basis.
Fares may not be available on some flights that operate during very busy travel periods or on holidays.
Cancellations/changes are subject to a $50 change fee and increase in fare.
Fares include: Base fares, carrier-imposed surcharges and government-imposed taxes, fees and airport passenger facility charges (PFCs). Other government taxes and fees including, but not limited to U.S. excise taxes and foreign government taxes and fees.
Tickets cost $8 more if purchased from DAC over the phone.
Additional charges for checked bags, excess baggage weight or specific products may apply.