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United Express flights operated by SkyWest Airlines to/from the Salina Regional Airport and Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport will resume on July 6, 2020. The resumption of Chicago service follows a temporary suspension by SkyWest due to the dramatic decrease in air travel associated with COVID-19 pandemic stay-at-home orders. Chicago nonstop flights are an addition to current United Express flights to/from the Denver International Airport. United and SkyWest have maintained the Denver regional jet service throughout the pandemic. The July 6 schedule offers Salina area travelers dual-hub connections to more than 274 cities throughout the USA and international destinations via United and its Star Alliance partners.
Flights can be booked now at
or through your local travel agent. Denver fares are as low as $109 one-way and $218 round-trip. Chicago fares are as low as $129 one-way and $258 round-trip. All fares as subject to availability and restrictions.
The health and safety of the travelling public is top priority of the Salina Regional Airport, United, and SkyWest. Salina Airport staff continue to conduct daily cleaning and disinfection of public spaces at the M.J. Kennedy Air Terminal. Social distancing guidelines are followed in the terminal building. United and SkyWest require face coverings and follow CDC guidelines for aircraft cleaning, including electrostatic disinfecting aircraft cabins. In partnership with the Cleveland Clinic and Clorox and under the direction of the airline industry’s only on-site medical director, United has introduced
, a comprehensive set of procedures and protocols designed to protect airline passengers and employees.