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Air Choice One Cessna 208's in Fort Dodge, a city they no longer fly to (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Joey Gerardi)

Air Choice One, Down to a Single Route

Over the course of an airline's lifetime, there are natural lulls and peaks, new destinations are added while other destinations are discontinued and this is just normal for any and all airlines around the globe, but this carrier has had nothing but a decline in recent years. Air Choice One wasn't by any means a large carrier to begin with compared to the likes of Delta, American, or United, but as far as smaller EAS carriers go, they operated to…

Trip Report: Chicago to St. Louis on the Cessna 208…

In part one of this trip report which can be viewed HERE, I went through the booking process, arrived at the airport, and took off for the first leg of my journey. For this second part, we will go through the rest of my journey. Since the first part of…

Trip Report: Chicago to St. Louis on the Cessna 208…

It is once again time for another Essential Air Service (EAS) trip report. While it is true that the EAS program connects small communities in the United States to larger cities, a select few are connected to two large cities instead of just one. What this means is that passengers…

EAS Round Up – Part 2

Essential Air Service (EAS) has been in the news frequently the past couple of months, and large airports aren’t the only airports that have news to report on. This is a continuation of the series, titled ‘EAS Round up’, and will touch on any news regarding the contracts in the…