GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.- - Denver Air Connection completes their inaugural flight on a new jet on Monday, May 1.
The charter jet company connects Grand Junction to the Denver-Metro area has now upgraded to a much larger and faster plane, which can hold 30 passengers. The old plane could only hold 18 passengers.
Some say this will make it easier for those traveling to Denver for business. Wade Goetz, the director of Denver Air Connection, says these flights help "get people back in time to have family time at night."
To find out more about this charter jet service, visit their website.