Air Choice One operates a fleet of Cessna Grand Caravans, a turbine powered aircraft which offers spacious seating.
Air Choice One operates a fleet of Cessna Grand Caravans, a turbine powered aircraft which offers spacious seating.

November 25, 2016

Fort Dodge

Air Choice One, a regional airline that’s operated out of Fort Dodge since early 2015, schedules several flights daily from that Iowa city to St. Louis, Missouri, and Chicago.

Now add Minneapolis-St.Paul as a destination travelers can reach after boarding in Fort Dodge.

Air Choice One this month launched new hub service for Burlington, Fort Dodge and Mason City to the Twin Cities.

“This newly expanded service by Air Choice One will provide a whole new opportunity to residents of Burlington, Fort Dodge and Mason City,” says Shane Storz, CEO of Air Choice One. “Residents may now enjoy access to now three hubs: Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, St. Louis Lambert International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport.”

In addition to what Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport has to offer, including connections to the world, Storz hopes with the airport being a centrally located, this expanded service will help grow tourism both into and out of the Burlington, Fort Dodge and Mason City communities.

To introduce the new service, Air Choice One is offering an introductory base fare starting at $39 each way for Fort Dodge and $29 each way for Mason City.

Tickets are on sale at www.AirChoiceOne.com or by calling (866) 435-9847.

Air Choice One operates a fleet of Cessna Grand Caravans, a turbine powered aircraft which offers spacious seating.  

The planes seat eight to nine passengers, depending on whether there is a co-pilot.

Air Choice One is a family-owned and -operated company since 1979 as Multi-Aero Inc. To learn more about Air Choice One, visit www.airchoiceone.com.