SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – A flight to and from Denver have been added to the Sioux Gateway Airport/Brigadier General Bud Day Field officials announced Tuesday.
The once daily flights will be provided by United Express and operated by SkyWest Airlines. The flights will onboard 50-passengers. The flights start October 14.
“Denver, as a destination, will be a great addition to Chicago and Dallas. Denver has proven successful in the past and will provide yet another reason for travelers to choose Sioux City as their airport, regardless of where they are traveling to. In these challenging times Sioux City is the ideal
airport to travel to and from as it is small, clean and not congested, making travel much safer
and less stressful,” Dave Bernstein, President of the Sioux Gateway Airport Board of Trustees said.
The flight schedule for Denver and Sioux City is as follows:
|DEN||2 p.m.||SUX||4:31 p.m.|
|SUX||5:30 p.m.||Den||6:12 p.m.|
The Siouxland Initiative Executive Vice President Barbara Sloniker welcomed the news.
“Today’s announcement is great news and is the result of a lengthy team effort and partnership
between the public and private sector. Adding air service to Denver will definitely have a positive
impact on our tri-state economic development initiatives.”