Just in case you were wondering, when you fly out of a Wyoming commercial airport, you could be flying high in anything from a 19-passenger Beechcraft turboprop jet to the impressive Boeing 757. And with such a wide array of equipment, the aircraft can vary with the season, location, and busier travel times. If you'd like more details on the various aircraft, you can visit www.raa.org for more information.
All aircraft that fly the skies of Wyoming are under the same Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) programs for maintenance and safety. Other than passenger amenities and speed, there are generally no differences in aircraft used for commercial air transportation.
Cruising Speed – 535 mph.
Cruising Altitude – 34,000 ft.
Number of Seats – 50
- Routes from Wyoming this aircraft is used for –Casper to Minneapolis and Chicago.
- Routes from Wyoming this aircraft is used for – Jackson to Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta and Minneapolis.
- Routes from Wyoming this aircraft is used for – Jackson to Denver
- Routes from Wyoming this aircraft is used for – Denver to Rock Springs, Riverton, Cheyenne, Laramie, Worland and Sheridan.
- Routes from Wyoming this aircraft is used for Salt Lake City to Gillette, Jackson, Cody and Rock Springs; Denver to Gillette, Rock Springs,Cheyenne and Riverton.
Number of Seats – 37
- Routes from Wyoming this aircraft is used for – Denver to Casper, Rock Springs, Gillette, Cody and Jackson.