Key Lime Air, doing business as Denver Air Connection, said it is introducing non-stop service between Denver, Colorado and Sheridan, Wyoming.
The service is scheduled to begin effective November 19, 2015, and will represent the return of commercial airline service to Sheridan.
The flights are being launched in conjunction with CAST, the Critical Air Service Team, a community wide stakeholders group from Sheridan. CAST includes senior members of the local community whose primary goal has been supporting air service in the region.
Service on Denver Air Connection will operate twice-daily with a Dornier 328jet. The Dornier 328jet is comfortably configured for 30 seats and operates with two pilots and a flight attendant. The service will operate from Sheridan into Denver International Airport, facilitating connections to points worldwide.
Key Lime Air is a regional airline based in Denver, Colorado that has been operating since 1997. The airline operates a fleet of over 30 aircraft, all of which are entirely owned by Key Lime. In addition to a thriving cargo and air charter business, Key Lime operates air services into Grand Junction (GJT), Colorado from the Centennial Airport under the brand name Denver Air Connection.
CAST (Critical Air Service Team) of Sheridan, Wyoming, includes individuals from both Sheridan and Johnson counties, all working on the issue of air service.