Cape Air expands service to Baltimore-Washington
From 24 March, Cape Air will offer extra service to to Baltimore-Washington International with four daily round trips from Hagerstown and five trips from Lancaster.
“Tickets for the new non-stop service from the towns of Hagerstown and Lancaster are now out for sale and the initial response is fantastic," reports Cape Air founder and CEO Dan Wolf. "We look forward to introducing Maryland and Pennsylvania to our brand of customer service while providing convenient, dependable and affordable air service to Baltimore-Washington International Airport with non-stop service to sixty-two national and four international destinations.”
Hagerstown airport director, Carolyn Motz, comments, “The Cape Air commuter hop from HGR to BWI has all the qualities frequent flyers treasure. It is affordable, connectable, reliable, convenient, timely and quick. We are thrilled to have this airline serving our Hagerstown to Baltimore passengers.”
J.J. Cunningham, secretary of the Lancaster Airport Authority adds, “We in the Lancaster community welcome this new air service and pledge to do everything possible to make it a permanent and successful enterprise. In today’s climate of reduced air service affecting communities all over the US, we are extremely fortunate to have attracted Cape Air and their brand of customer service.”
(Photo: Robert Rexach)