ComAir - Airline information


ComAir is a Delta Airlines subsidiary and operates as a regional airline with most flights on the East of the Mississippi river but Comair does fly to San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Oklahoma City and about 10 other Western US cities.

In Flight : Seats are assigned and ComAir doesn’t serve meals but does offer a snack bar which you can order from.

ComAir Quick Facts

  • ComAir handles nearly 8 million a passengers a year
  • Serves over 120 Destinations including 3 Countries
  • Over 6000 people are employed by ComAir

ComAir History

ComAir began in 1997, went public (offered stock) in 1981 and by 1984 Delta Airlines had invested and owned 20% of the company. ComAir continued to grow over the 1990’s and in 2000 Delta Airlines purchased them for $1.8 billion.

Contact ComAir
77 Comair Blvd.
Erlanger, KY 41018
Phone: 1-800-727-255

Website: ComAir

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