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Air Choice One was a regional American airline, headquartered in Concord, Missouri in Greater St Louis. The airline offered commuter flights from Lambert-St Louis International Airport and many others. Air Choice One was founded in 1979 under the name of Multi-Aero Cooperation and since then had launched as a scheduled airline providing service to hard-to-reach communities.

Air Choice One was based at St. Louis Lambert International Airport and offered domestic services across the midwest and the south USA. Air Choice One flew to 10 destinations with a fleet of over 10 aircraft.


Air Choice One flew to a number of destinations across the Southeast and Midwest of the US. This included destinations such as Atlanta, Chicago, Mason City, Minneapolis and more. Here's a full list of destinations that the airline flew to:

  • Jonesboro, Arkansas
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Burlington, Iowa
  • Fort Dodge, Iowa
  • Mason City, Iowa
  • Ironwood, Michigan
  • Minneapolis, Michigan
  • St.Louis, Missouri
  • Jackson, Tennessee

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Online Check-in

Online check-in for your flight could be done on the Air Choice One online check-in page. Online check-in closed one hour before the scheduled flight departure time.

Airport Check-in

Passengers checking in at the airport had to present themselves at the Air Choice One check-in counter.


Carry-on Baggage

Passengers flying on Air Choice One were entitled to one item of carry-on baggage that must not weigh any more than 22 kg and be no larger than the dimensions of 55 x 35 x 22 cm. In addition to this, Air Choice One passengers were entitled to one personal item that must not weigh more than 9kg and be no larger than the dimensions of 45 x 45 x 20 cm.

Checked Baggage

Passengers flying on Air Choice One were entitled to one item of checked baggage that must not weigh any more than 22kg and be no larger than the dimensions of 68 x 35 96 cm. Additional baggage was available to purchase per 22kg bag.

Class Fares

Due to its small planes, Air Choice One only offered one type of fare with one cabin class. Air Choice One didn't stick to the standard structure of airlines and offered luxury and comfort on every flight. The airline offered a VIP experience for all travellers and what it believed is the perfect balance between affordable travel and first-class experience.

Because it only carried a small number of passengers on each flight, the crew c ould pay attention to detail for each and every passenger.

What are seats like?

The aircraft was small, and there was a limited number of standard seats, which were padded and comfortable.


Air Choice One had a fleet of over 10 aircraft. The airline's fleet was predominantly Cessna aircraft, however, it did have a number of Beechcraft planes too.

Hub Airport

St. Louis Lambert International

St. Louis Lambert International (STL) is an international airport in St.Louis, Missouri and was the hub airport for Air Choice One. It's the main airport in St.Louis and one of the primary airports in the state of Missouri. Despite being an international airport, the airport mainly handles flights that fly within the US, with very few international flights coming in and out of the airport. Most international flights are flown to and from Canada. The airport has four runways, two terminal buildings and handles nearly 16 million passengers each year.

Cape Air is the only other airline that uses St. Louis International as a hub. Other airlines that fly to and from the airport include Air Canada Express, Alaska Airlines, Contour Airlines, Delta, Frontier, Sun Country and more.

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