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Air Transportation - Aspen

Domestic flights & connections to Aspen/Pitkin County Airport. Click on the map below for a high-res version.

International connections to Aspen/Pitkin County Airport. Click on the map below for a high-res version.

Three airlines offer direct service to Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE):
  • Frontier Airlines: Bombardier Q400 regional aircraft (74 seats) operated for Frontier by Lynx Aviation. Nonstop service to Aspen from Denver (4 flights daily).

    CONNECTING SERVICE: from 50 cities coast-to-coast and nine international destinations.

    FUN FACT: Nicknamed "The Green Machine," the new Bombardier Q-400 is super-fast, ultra-quiet and environmentally friendly.

  • United Express: CRJ-700 regional jet service (66 seats including First Class and Economy Plus) and Dash 8-200 (37 seats) operated by Mesa (used for some DEN-ASE flights only). Frequent connecting service from Denver, nonstop jet service from Los Angeles (three flights daily beginning December 18), San Francisco (1 flight on Fridays, 2 flights on Saturdays, 1 flight on Sundays beginning December 19), and Chicago/O'Hare (2 flights weekdays, 4 flights on Saturdays, 3 flights on Sundays beginning December 18).

    CONNECTING SERVICE: Perfectly timed connections to Aspen will be available throughout the day from nearly 200 cities throughout the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand & the Pacific Rim.

    FUN FACT: United offers more daily flights into Aspen and offers far more choices of departure and arrival times from most top markets than any other airline into any leisure resort destination across North America.

  • Delta Air Lines: Nonstop CRJ-700 regional jet service (70 seats) from Salt Lake City (3 flights per week starting December 6, 1 flight daily starting December 17) and Atlanta (1 flight daily starting December 20). Operated by Delta Connection carrier SkyWest.

    CONNECTING SERVICE: From nearly 200 cities coast-to-coast as well as more than 50 international destinations throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.

    FUN FACT: Delta serves more cities across the globe than any other single airline. And now offers more one-stop connections into Aspen/Snowmass thanks to a new daily nonstop service from Atlanta.

Air Transportation - Eagle

Flights & connections to Eagle County Airport. Click on the map below for a high-res version.

Service into Eagle County Airport (EGE) is provided by five major airlines:
  • American Airlines: Seasonal nonstop 757 (188 seats) jet service from five cities, with up to four flights daily from Dallas/Ft. Worth; two flights daily from Chicago/O'Hare; daily service from New York/JFK; Saturday service from New York/La Guardia; and weekend service from Miami.

  • Continental Airlines: Seasonal daily nonstop 757 service (175 seats) from Houston's George Bush International Airport (formerly Houston InterContinental), in addition to nonstop service from Newark International.

  • Delta Air Lines: Daily nonstop 757 service (183 seats) from Atlanta plus Saturday nonstop service from Cincinnati.

  • Northwest Airlines: Seasonal daily 757 (182 seats) nonstop service from Minneapolis/St Paul.

  • United Airlines/United Express: 5 daily connecting flights from Denver on Airbus A-320 (138 seats) and Dash 8-200 (37 seats) operated by Mesa.aa
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