CommutAir

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CommutAir’s route system has grown from five cities in New York State to routes spanning the entire Northeastern U.S. – over 25 cities in 9 states. Its principal operating centers are Newark, New Jersey and Cleveland, Ohio.


CommutAir was founded in 1989 by Antony von Elbe, John Sullivan and Jim Drollette as a "USAirways Express" feeder using Beech 1900 aircraft. The airline currently operates as a Continental Connection affiliate of Continental Airlines.

The founders previously operated the Airline Division of Brockway, Inc., comprised of Air North, Clinton Aero, and Crown Airways. These companies variously operated as Allegheny Commuter, Piedmont Commuter, and USAir Express franchises.

CommutAir has over 300 employees consisting of approximately pilots, flight attendants, flight operations staff, dispatchers, maintenance personnel, and the remainder in various administrative positions performing accounting, human resources and other functions. One of the founding shareholders serves as Chairman and CEO, and the others serve on its Board of Directors, overseeing long-term strategy and other significant business decisions.

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Location

CommutAir
240 Valley Rd.
South Burlington, VT 05403
United States

Telephone: 
(802) 951-2500

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