A King Air C90 used by Fly Louie for Pittsburgh service. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Tom Pallini)

How the Northeast’s Newest Airline is Transforming Regional Travel With Private Aircraft

With airline consolidation and the dominance of the hub-and-spoke route network system in the U.S., new airlines entering the market seem few and far between. The ones that do sprout up, often seeking to fill the gaps left by the current model, need to be unique in order to draw in the public and persuade them to ditch the legacy carriers. Despite the high bar to entry and a seemingly-saturated industry, one entrepreneur decided to take on the modern-day airline…