Sheridan’s Air Service is provided by Denver Air Connection (DAC), a public charter company based out of Centennial, Colorado. Daily service at Sheridan County Airport includes direct flights to and from Denver International Airport aboard a 30-seat Dornier jet aircraft.

This service offers more leg room, free light snacks and beverages that include soda, juice, water, coffee, tea, cookies, crackers, chips, and candy.

Sheridan County’s Air Service

Denver Air Connection is a member of Charter Alliance, who strives to provide chartered flights to the traveling public from airports that are closer to YOU and take you where YOU want to go! The aim is to target flight routes that are under-served (or not served at all) by airlines. Direct and non-stop flights allow for less travel time so that YOU enjoy more time at your travel destination.

All flights booked on this reservation system are Public Charter flights operated by different Part 135 and Part 121 FAA Certified Charter Air Carriers such as The Denver Air Connection.  Public Charter Flights offered by Charter Alliance Group LLC are subject to Department of Transportation Public Charter Regulations under Title 14CFR Part 380. These regulations provide enhanced consumer protection by specifying minimum contract terms and imposing requirements for handling of passenger funds. Please go to www.dot.gov for more information on Public Charter flights.

Your reservation for your flight will be handled by The Charter Alliance Group. You will be required to agree to the Operator Participant Contract prior to reserving your seat. The air carrier that performs your trip is responsible for all aspects of the flight services.

The Department of Transportation advises passengers that:

“Charter flights can provide excellent value, and they often operate nonstop in markets where scheduled flights would be less direct. In addition, many charters don’t have all of the restrictions of scheduled service discount fares, e.g., advance-purchase, stay over a Saturday night, stay no more than 30 days, etc. Finally, most charter fares are not “capacity-controlled” like scheduled-service discount fares; every seat on the airplane is usually available at the advertised fare. “