A Californian Duo

KANSAS CITY, MO. – MetroAir today announced two new Californian destinations that will operate twice a day out of their west coast hub, Ontario International Airport. Begining June 1st 2013 direct daily flights will be offered to Bakersfield Meadows Airport and San Luis Obispo Municipal airport. The two new services will be operated on DeHavilland Dash8-Q200 aircraft. These recent additions come in the wake of the Airline announcing that they would end service to Oxnard Airport in mid May. Both airports will compliment the extensive feeder network on the west coast and will offer the residents of both cities easy connection times to the entire MetroAir network which can place them as far as China or the Middle East in a matter of only hours. The services operate in the morning or early evening giving passengers plenty of opportunity’s to connect.

SBwineBoth cities will also make an excellent weekend break for people looking for something new, both cities have lots to offer with San Luis only being a stones throw away from the San Luis Wine Country which will give all our wine connoisseurs the chance to sample some of that great Californian wine, or even just the chance to unwind on the quiet picturesque beaches. Or if you fancy a weekend break to a calm and peaceful city with lots of little quaint charms then Bakersfield is the place for you. Its biggest income is from Farming and in particular Horse shows and races that run throughout the year showcasing the very best of the country lifestyle. It also prides itself on its history and has many museums featuring lots of exciting exhibits. Or if that is not your thing the city is also famous for its Basque food (A type of tapas) And it has many historic  restaurants featuring this menu. In all visitors to these cities will not be board. So we hope to see you on one of our flights soon.BFL

William Hogarth

William Hogarth is the Chief Operating Officer at MetroAir and has been a pilot with the Airline since the summer of 2010. Before becoming COO he also served in the operations department as VPO.