· There are 10 commercial airports in Wyoming with final destination service to major cities around the world.
· Domestic carriers serving the state are American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta, Great Lakes, SkyWest, United and United Express.
· More than 1 million passengers flew in and out of Wyoming airports in 2010, only the second year the total has exceeded a million.
· Passenger traffic in Wyoming has increased by 37.8 percent, compared to 8.1 percent nationwide.
· The percentage of Wyoming residents driving to airports outside the state has decreased by 25 percent.
· Capacity (number of seats) on flights into and out of Wyoming airports has increased by 27 percent, compared to a decrease of 5 percent nationwide.
· Average fares paid by Wyoming residents have gone from 41 percent higher than the average U.S. domestic fare, to 10 percent higher.
· In the last three years, fares have decreased by 7.3 percent in Wyoming, while fares nationwide have increased by 1 percent.
· Ten new routes and cities have been added to Wyoming’s air service system.
· Riverton, Rock Springs and Sheridan have transitioned off the federal Essential Air program because of the improved health of air service in the state.