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Capacity Increased for Steamboat Air Program

It’s Full Steam Ahead for Passengers Flying In to Ski Steamboat

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO – Steamboat Ski Resort has announced the 2023/24 winter air schedule. Steamboat (HDN) is the only Colorado mountain destination to feature 16 nonstop airports with service on six major carriers. Capacity will increase significantly this winter with approximately 30,000 additional arriving seats beginning on December 14, 2023. The longstanding air service program is made possible by partners Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation and the Steamboat Springs Local Marketing District.

“We’re excited to share the significant increase in nonstop seats arriving into Steamboat this winter,” said Rob Perlman, president and COO of Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. “Premier flight access with a variety of schedules and airfares to choose from is just the beginning in providing a world class experience, and we are proud of the strong airline program that helps our guests start their trips with ease and our local community access the world.”

United Airlines, Steamboat’s largest carrier and CSCUSA presenting partner, will continue to offer nonstop service from all seven of their national hub airports into Steamboat (HDN). Increased capacity highlights this winter include Newark (EWR) on United Airlines going from weekend mainline service to five times per week; Denver (DEN) on United increasing from two daily mainline jets to three daily mainline jets; Atlanta (ATL) on Delta going from a 737 to 757, adding 39 arriving seats daily; and Southwest Airlines service from Dallas (DAL) increasing from Saturday only to daily beginning January 8.


Photo courtesy of Steamboat Ski Resort