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Skywest to Add Four Additional Flights per Week in Lewiston
Skywest to add four flights per week in Lewiston
June 30, 2018
Sky West and Delta airlines are adding four flights per week connecting the
Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport to Salt Lake City, Utah, according
to a news release from airport manager Stephanie Morgan.
The late afternoon flights will be operated by Sky West Airlines and represent a
50 percent increase in Delta/Sky West capacity at the airport. Tickets are
available now at Delta.com for the added flights that begin Oct. 1.
The new flights will depart Lewiston at 4:41 p.m. on Mondays, Thursdays,
Fridays and Sundays and arrive at Salt Lake in time for passengers to board
flights to 34 other destinations in the West and Southwest, as well as Houston
and Dallas, Texas, and Minneapolis, Minn.
Flights from Salt Lake will arrive at Lewiston at 4:11 p.m., allowing connections
from 43 other airports.
“This is great news, and we can show our appreciation to the folks at Delta and
Sky West by using the service,” Morgan said.
Doug Banez, managing director of Hubpoint Strategic Advisors, a consulting
agency hired by the airport, said the new service will help make up for the loss
of regional service operated by Alaska Airlines. Alaska/Horizon is ending its
service to the Lewiston airport in August.
From: The Lewiston Morning Tribune