Cape Air Reselected As EAS Provider
The U.S. Department of Transportation has reselected Cape Air to provide Essential Air Service at five eastern Montana communities: Glasgow, Glendive, Havre, Sidney and Wolf Point.
Cape Air has been serving these communities since 2013 and will continue to provide service between the communities and Billings Logan International Airport for the four-year term from Jan. 1, 2024, through Dec. 31, 2027.
Cape Air’s president and CEO Linda Markham shared “We are excited to provide dependable air service for eastern Montana for years to come, and look forward to continuing to be a strong community partner.”
Montana EAS Task Force chairman Walt McNutt noted “Cape Air has provided valued service for over 10 years to these Montana communities. Cape Air provides high-quality customer care, interline service with major airlines, and has a proven track record for operating in Montana’s harsh climate. I look forward to continuing the fantastic relationship our communities share with Cape Air.”
Cape Air’s fares in Montana start at $39 each way, including all taxes and fees. The service schedule for Havre, Glasgow, Wolf Point and Glendive includes two daily round trips. The Sidney to Billings route is flown five times daily.