Steamboat’s 2012-13 Winter Air Program Includes Los Angeles

2012/2013 Winter Air Program Offers Convenient Access to Ski Town, U.S.A.®

Steamboat’s 50th Anniversary Winter Season Runs November 21st Through April 14th

Direct Flight Program Features Nonstop Jet Service From Eight Cities Including New LAX Service

 STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO-June 12, 2012-The Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation’s winter nonstop flight program will offer convenient nonstop jet air service from eight major airports on key U.S. carriers – American, Delta and United Airlines – into Steamboat/Hayden Airport for the 2012/2013 season.

“As we gear up for the resort’s 50th Anniversary season, we have aggressively worked with the airlines to provide convenient access into Steamboat so that powderhounds have a variety of options to reach Ski Town, U.S.A.,” said Rob Perlman, senior vice president of sales & marketing for Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation.

New for the 2012/2013 winter season, United Airlines will operate new weekend nonstop flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) into Steamboat. Australian travelers will immediately experience the benefits of this flight with convenient one-stop connections in both directions and the best access seen in decades.

“As a result of the state-of-the-art airport facility and a direct flight program built upon jets, convenience and a variety of options, Steamboat’s nonstop flight system is truly a key differentiator against other winter destinations,” continued Perlman. “Despite the challenging air environment, we’ve added a new market and will continue to work on opportunities for the upcoming winter season.”

The 2012/2013 schedule provides convenient connections from more than 230 airports nationwide and worldwide, keeping Steamboat one of the most easily accessed resorts in the Rocky Mountains. Airfares and packages are in the system and currently available for purchase through Steamboat at 1-800-922-2722 or www.steamboat.com.

 

City

Frequency

Dates

Flight

Departs

Arrives

Carrier

Equipment

Capacity

Atlanta (ATL) 

Daily

12/22-3/31

2077

2077

10:15am

12:50pm

12:04pm

5:59pm

Delta Air Lines

737-800

160

Chicago (ORD)

Daily

12/13-4/1

2363

2318

9:30am

12:25pm

11:20am

4:10pm

American Airlines

737-800

160

Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW)

Daily

12/13-4/1

2229

2228

11:25am

1:45pm

12:40pm

4:50pm

American Airlines

757

188

Denver (DEN)

Daily

12/19-3/31

6364

6364

10:00am

11:16am

10:46am

12:05am

United Express

CR7

66

Denver (DEN)

Daily

11/21-4/14

5621

5621

11:55am

1:15pm

12:41pm

2:05pm

United Express

CR7

66

Denver (DEN)

Daily

12/19-3/31

5602

5602

3:30pm

4:50pm

4:20pm

5:50pm

United Express

CR7

66

Denver (DEN)

Daily

11/21-4/14

5480

6460

9:30pm

7:45am

10:19pm

8:35am

United Airlines

CR7

66

Houston (IAH)

Daily*

12/19-3/31

1454

1454

11:30am

2:20pm

1:28pm

6:04pm

United Airlines

737-800

160

Houston (IAH)

Tue/Wed

1/15-16, 1/29-30

2/5-6, 2/26-27, 3/5-6

539

539

11:30am

2:20pm

1:28pm

6:04pm

United Airlines

A319

120

Los Angeles (LAX)

Sat/Sun

12/22-3/24

6479

6479

12:45am

4:20pm

3:38pm

5:28pm

United Express

CR7

66

Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP)

Daily

12/22-3/31

5688

5688

11:25am

2:15pm

1:12pm

5:33pm

Delta Connection

ERJ-175

76

Newark (EWR)

Saturday

12/22-3/30

441

441

8:30am

12:10pm

11:17am

6:19pm

United Airlines

A319

120

Note: Information as of June 12, 2012 and subject to change at any time without notice. * Houston Daily with 737-800, except for 10 Tuesday/Wednesday flights operating on A319.

Celebrating its 50th Anniversary this winter, Steamboat is famous worldwide for its authentic western atmosphere, friendliness, Olympian tradition and Champagne Powder snow. North America’s Top Family Resort, Steamboat-Ski Town, USA encompasses 165 trails, 3,668 vertical feet and nearly 3,000 skiable acres with six peaks filled with world-class groomed cruisers, bumps, steeps, meadows, legendary trees and four terrain parks.

www.steamboat.com

 

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