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About Air Choice One
Air Choice One is a regional American airline, headquartered in Concord, Missouri in Greater St Louis.The airline offers 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 has launched as a scheduled airline providing service to hard-to-reach communities.
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Air Choice One Baggage
Passengers flying on Air Choice One are entitled to one item of carry-on baggage that must not weight any more than 22 kg and weight and be no larger than the dimensions of 55 x 35 x 22 cm. In addition to this, Air Choice One passengers are 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.
Passengers flying on Air Choice One are entitled to one item of checked baggage that must not weight any more than 22kg and be no larger than the dimensions of 68 x 35 96 cm. Additional baggage is available to purchase per 22kg bag.
Air Choice One Destinations
Air Choice One flies to Burlington (Iowa), Chicago (Illinois), Decatur (Illinois), Fort Dodge (Iowa), Ironwood (Michigan), Jackson (Tennessee), Jonesboro (Arkansas) and Mason City (Iowa).
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Air Choice One Fleet
Air Choice One has a fleet of over 10 aircraft. The airline's fleet is predominantly Cessna aircraft, however, it does have a number of Beechcraft planes too.
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St Louis International Airport
Air Choice one is based at St Louis International Airport which is an international airport serving the city of St Louis, Missouri. It is the largest and busiest airport in St Louis with over 270 daily departures.
Air Choice One News
23rd May 2018
Air Choice One's Jackson to Atlanta flight, McKellar-Sipes soaring to new heights
Nearly every flight from Jackson to Atlanta has been sold out since Air Choice One began offering a daily roundtrip flight from McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in March.
The next step for McKellar-Sipes is securing a larger aircraft it can use on the Jackson to Atlanta flights to increase the number of passengers per day.
Its current airplane seats up to eight passengers, but McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport Executive Director Steve Smith said they are hopeful Air Choice One will be able to bring its twin-engine Beechcraft, which can hold 19 people, sometime later this year.
“As long as we keep filling the airplane, I think Air Choice One will be respondent to that,” he said.
The flight to Atlanta has already seen the number of passengers on flights out of Jackson at 20 per day — more than double the 10-a-day threshold required by the government-funded Essential Air Services program. A bigger airplane would also increase the on-time percentage, because it would be able to reach Atlanta quicker, Smith said.
Flights to Atlanta are an hour-and-a-half, with ticket prices starting at $65. Atlanta became McKellar-Sipes’ second destination flight out of Jackson — the other is St. Louis. Dating back to October, Air Choice One has a 99 percent completion rate and 96 percent on-time rate for flights out of Jackson, Smith said.
Smith said the flight to St. Louis has also felt a boost from the Atlanta flight.
“We’ve had many days where the St. Louis flight has been full also,” Smith said.
A third destination flight?
No decisions on a third destination flight have been made, but after analyzing the Union University’s McAfee School of Business’ survey gauging West Tennesseans interest in adding a flight to Florida’s Gulf Coast in 2018, the numbers show the interest is there, Smith said.
Wherever the third destination flight is, however, Smith said the price-point will be higher than flights to Atlanta or St. Louis since the flight would not be subsidized by the government.
7th May 2018
Business to Atlanta booming for Air Choice One
Officials with the St. Louis based airline Air Choice One says since adding a new route from Jackson to Atlanta tickets have been sold out. Atlanta is such a major hub for the US, this flight has has the positive impact of connecting the people of Jackson not only with Atlanta but the rest of the world. Customers are very happy with the opportunities this new Air Choice onr route has opened up for them.
3rd March 2018
Air Choice One offers new weekend flights to St. Louis
Air Choice One has announced that it will be launching weekend round-trip flights to St. Louis. The new Saturday flight departs STL (St Louis) at 11 a.m. and arrives at JBR (Jonesboro) at 12:30 p.m. It then leaves JBR at 1 p.m. and lands in STL at 2:30 p.m. The Sunday flight leaves STL at 3 with an ETA of 4:30 p.m. in JBR. At 5 p.m., the jet takes off for St. Louis at 6:30 p.m.
The updated schedule is already underway. The schedule change will replace two mid-day flights on Tuesdays and Wednesdays which are not in such demand, according to a news release. “Flights to and from St. Louis on the weekends are popular, and understandably so,” said Shane Storz, CEO of Air Choice One. “We want to provide service where it is most needed, and we believe moving this flight will benefit a lot of our passengers.” The St. Louis-based airline has served the Jonesboro market since 2012.
Air Choice One plans to provide commercial air service in Greenville.
The City of Greenville’s two-year contract with Boutique Air ends Sept. 30, and in late February, the United States Department of Transportation sent out requests for proposals for those interested in providing commercial air service to Greenville Mid-Delta Airport.
Air Choice One announced an additional Cessna Gran Caravan EX to their existing fleet, making the total number to 12. Air Choice One has been recommended by the community of Jackson TN to provide air service for another 4 years.