Kansas City, Mo- Today MetroAir executives announced a large scale expansion plan to their East Coast operations, beginning with Dallas Fort Worth. Starting from September 20th Dallas Fort Worth Airport will see the introduction of 8 new cities and 5 aircraft being based at the airport.
The expansion plan follows the success of the airlines West Coast expansion which was implemented at the end of 2012. Following the launch of 8 new cities in DFW the expansion will then be rolled out across the airlines other top East Coast networks, including airports like: Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Minneapolis, Nashville, Atlanta, Detroit, Orlando, Charlotte and Newark. The expansion will see hundreds of new schedules added to the ever growing list!
The Airlines Chief Operating Officer, William Hogarth gave us this statement “It is very important to us to stay competitive with the other Airline brands and to give our customers an even quicker and easier travel experience across our ever growing network. After all the successes on the West Coast we are confident that this will prove to be even better”
The expansion is also set to introduce some new cities to the airline such as Syracuse and Laredo.
The new cities that have been launched are already active in the system and will see DFW flying to Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Columbus (CMH) Detroit, Newark, Orlando and Philadelphia.
Keep your eyes peeled for more route expansion announcements over the coming months….