Aviation News

September 22, 2010

Air Service Between Albany and Buffalo to Be Grounded

As of October 3rd, air service between New York’s state capital and its second largest city will go the way of the dodo.

The 6x weekly Colgan Air flights—operated on behalf of US Airways—between Albany and Buffalo will be discontinued.

Without the flights, travelers between the two cities will be forced to endure a five hour drive, a six hour ride on Amtrak or nearly seven hours on a Greyhound bus.

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