Redmond Municipal Airport Announces Additional United Airlines Flight to Denver for Summer

first_imgRedmond Municipal Airport Announces Additional United Airlines Flight to Denver for Summer Travelers Email Share. Google+ on May 6, 2014 Facebook Effective today (May 6) United Airlines will provide an additional flight option to Denver, Colorado (DEN) to accommodate increased travel demands expected during the summer months.  The airline will be operating a CRJ-200 aircraft with the capacity to seat 50 passengers. The aircraft will be utilized on the early morning departure flights. United Airlines is currently accepting reservations for this new flight option for east bound passengers. As passenger traffic through Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM) increases during the summer months, travelers are encouraged to arrive early.  Here are some suggested travel tips to prepare for the busy travel season.   • Allow plenty of time by arriving to the Airport at least 90 minutes prior to scheduled departure time for check in. The airline ticket counters close 30 minutes prior to scheduled departure time.• Prepare for the TSA security screening processes for checked baggage and carry-on items by visiting the website at www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/prohibited-items.• Check the airlines policy regarding carry-ons, checked baggage fees, and policies for traveling with your pet.• A ‘Cell Phone Waiting Area’ is located across the street from the Airport Terminal on SE Salmon for drivers who are picking up passengers at the curb. The Redmond Municipal Airport (Roberts Field – RDM) is the aviation gateway to Central Oregon. Owned and operated by the City of Redmond, the airport offers a full range of general and commercial aviation services.  RDM is served by four air carriers; Alaska Air, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United with 15 daily direct flights to Denver, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, and Seattle.  For more information please visit us online at www.flyrdm.com. LinkedIncenter_img Tumblr By CBN 0 Pinterest Twitter E-Headlineslast_img read more