Boutique Air starts Denver-Telluride service

posted on 5th September 2018 by Justin Burns
Boutique Air starts Denver-Telluride service

Boutique Air is somewhat of a unique commercial US operator offering services on seven to 13 passenger capacity Pilatus PC-12 and Beechcraft King Air 350 aircraft.

The operator partners with United Airlines, which enables travelers to book and connect through the global United network and on 29 August it started year-round flights between Denver International Airport and Telluride Regional Airport.

Passengers on Boutique Air flights can also earn miles and redeem miles for flights through the United MileagePlus frequent flyer program.

Boutique Air chief executive officer, Shawn Simpson said: “Telluride is a world class destination, and we are thrilled to be connecting it to our Denver International hub later this month.

“Our strong partnerships with both Colorado Flights Alliance as well as United Airlines have paved the way to this launch, which is just in time for the Telluride Film Festival. We look forward to making it a great success.

Telluride is served by two airports, with flights on Boutique/United to TEX and air service from 10 nationwide hubs to the Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ), 75 minutes away, on United, American, Delta and Allegiant.