|Hubs||Niagara Falls International Airport|
|Focus cities||Newark, New Jersey, Niagara Falls|
|Destinations||Newark, New Jersey, Niagara Falls|
Air Niagara offered jet flights from Niagara Falls International Airport (IAG), hoping that tourism to their home region would propel the airline to profitability.
The only airline to provide jet flights to that airport from 1980 to 1984, Air Niagara operated two Boeing 727-100s to serve their only route, from Niagara Falls to Newark Airport (EWR) in New Jersey. The airline's 727s had been delivered new to Eastern in 1964 (both airplanes ended up being broken up in Mexico in 1994).
Air Niagara ceased operating in 1984.