CommutAir becomes all-jet, phases out its last DHC-8-200 Dash 8

United Express-CommutAir Bombardier DHC-8-202 (Q200) N363PH (msn 520) IAD (Brian McDonough). Image: 909271.

CommutAir operated their last scheduled turboprop flights on Sunday, January 7, 2018.

The final United Express turboprop flight, operated by CommutAir, operated on Sunday, January 7, 2018. Flight UA 4909 departed from Syracuse, New York (SYR) at 7:30 p.m. and arrived at Washington (Dulles) (IAD) at 8:45 p.m. with the pictured N363PH (top).

On Monday, the Dash 8s were replaced with Embraer 145 regional jets.

 

CommutAir operated 16 37-seat DHC-8-200 Dash 8s and five 50-seat DHC-8-300 Dash 8s.

The DHC-8-300 were previously retired on September 5, 2017.

In August 2017, CommutAir and United announced plans to replace the Dash 8s with 21 Embraer 145 regional jets.

The Embraer fleet has already grown to 23 and could expand to 60.

CommutAir operates to 20 + cities in the midwest, and northeast.

Albany, NY Lexington, KY
Buffalo, NY Manchester, NH
Burlington, VT Milwaukee, WI
Charleston, SC Norfolk, VA
Cleveland, OH Portland, ME
Columbus, OH Providence, RI
Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA
Grand Rapids, MI Rochester, NY
Greensboro, NC Savannah, GA
Greenville / Spartanburg, SC St. Louis, MO
Harrisburg, PA Syracuse, NY
Hartford, CT Washington, DC
Indianapolis, IN
Ithaca, NY
Jacksonville, FL

 

Cape Air (Hyannis) operates three turboprops for United Express on local routes from Guam.

These three aircraft are now the last turboporps to be operated in United colors.

Top Copyright Photo (all others by CommutAir): United Express-CommutAir Bombardier DHC-8-202 (Q200) N363PH (msn 520) IAD (Brian McDonough). Image: 909271.

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