KANSAS CITY, MO – MetroAir operations have released schedule changes effective March 1st, 2017. Overall capacity in Boston decreases as MetroAir shifts focus on utilizing new terminal space in Dallas-Ft. Worth.
In Boston, MetroAir continues to spread its’ wings by adding service to 6 new destinations throughout the Northeast, including Ithaca, Salisbury, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Allentown, Islip, and Madison, the first 5 of which are new stations in the MetroAir route network. Flights arriving and departing Boston were rescheduled in February to form a banked hub, allowing the airline to optimize passenger connectivity. To accomplish this, some cities lost frequencies and overall fleet utilization was decreased.
The most recent addition to MetroAir’s fleet, the Boeing 757-200, was assigned its first flights, operating to Las Vegas, Denver, and Cancun from Dallas-Ft. Worth. MetroAir’s 787 service from Kansas City to London-Heathrow will be discontinued in favor of service to Dallas-Ft. Worth.
Lastly, seasonal flights to Panama City Beach and South Padre Island will operate from various hubs, running until April 30th.