Air Choice One Submits Proposal To Provide Essential Air Service At Harrison, Arkansas

ST. LOUIS, MO, Oct. 11, 2018: Air Choice One, a St. Louis based airline, announced that the carrier has submitted a proposal to the U.S. Department of Transportation to offer service in Harrison, Arkansas.

The Essential Air Service program provides communities throughout the United States with air service for connecting smaller cities to the national air transportation network.  With their continued growth, Air Choice One is looking to offer Harrison a connection to Memphis and Dallas Fort Worth.

“We are excited for the opportunity to not only bring our service to the Harrison community, but to create a solution that will continue to grow passenger ridership,” said Shane Storz, CEO of Air Choice One.  “Our proposal gives the best access to the national transportation system for the community and at reasonable prices with optimal convenience.  We are committed to delivering reliable and dependable air service that will sustain growth in Harrison.”  Air Choice One has proven that their strategy works in all the communities they serve.

The Air Choice One proposal includes two choice options which both provide eighteen weekly round trips.  The proposal utilizes a twin-engine turbine powered Beechcraft 1900 and/or a single-engine turbine powered Cessna Grand Caravan.  Both aircraft have ample leg room, expanded storage/luggage capacity and air-conditioned/heated cabin for passenger comfort.

About Air Choice One

Headquartered in St. Louis, MO, Air Choice One was launched as a scheduled airline serving hard-to-reach communities, while supporting their economic development by increasing business productivity.  The airline enhances the travel experience for business and leisure travelers alike.  Air Choice One’s markets enjoy the benefits of efficient and scheduled airline services into larger hubs, such as St. Louis Lambert International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport.  Air Choice One’s goal is to deliver the highest quality in scheduled commercial air service.