MetroAir Expands Allegius Operations in Boston

BOSTON, MA – MetroAir has announced today an expansion of regional flights throughout the Northeast Corridor.

Beginning November 1st, MetroAir will begin non stop service from Boston to Albany, Buffalo, Toronto-City, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh operated by Allegius using Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 aircraft. Each city will recieve three daily flights, with the exception of Philadelphia, which will have an added 4th daily flight.

MetroAir’s 16 added flights per day will expand their regional presence significantly; Baltimore and Newark are currently the only two cities in the Northeast which MetroAir serves nonstop from Boston.

“New England and the Northeast are high on our wish list for increased service,” spoke Chief Media Officer Anders Young, “We met with city and airport officials over the summer to address future plans and to see how airline fit the city’s needs.”

“As an established worldwide carrier, we can bring network connections to this city that other local airlines can’t.”

MetroAir was able to modify their lease and has expanded to four gates at Boston Logan’s Terminal B, but has remained quiet until today about future plans.

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5 cities will receive new nonstop service from Boston.