Centennial Airlines

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This article is about the US based company. For the Spanish company, see Centennial Airlines (Spain).
Centennial Airlines
IATA ICAO Callsign
BE CNL Wyo-Air
Founded 1981
Ceased operations 1987
Fleet size

Beechcraft 1900-2

 Beechcraft 99-3
 Piper Navajo Chieftain-3
Cessna 414-2
Destinations See below
Headquarters Laramie, Wyoming, then Worland, Wyoming, United States -->
Former headquarters of Centennial Airlines

Centennial Airlines was founded in Laramie, Wyoming and began operations on June 15, 1981 with an initial route linking Denver to Laramie and Worland, Wyoming using a single Cessna 414 aircraft.[1] The carrier flew until June 15, 1987 when it was merged into Mesa Airlines.[2] Centennial was first based in Laramie, Wyoming, moved its offices to Worland, then to Cheyenne for a brief time in 1982, then back to Worland.

Centennial served Denver, Colorado, Billings, Montana; Logan and Salt Lake City, Utah; Casper, Cheyenne, Cody, Jackson, Lander, Laramie, Rawlins, Riverton, Rock Springs and Worland, Wyoming.[2][3][4]

Routes operated include:

Denver-Casper-Cody,

Denver-Cheyenne-Rawlins,

Denver-Rock Springs-Lander-Worland,

Denver-Laramie-Riverton-Worland-Cody-Billings,

Salt Lake City-Logan-Riverton-Worland-Cody[5]

The fleet included two Beechcraft 1900's and one Beechcraft 99 at the time of its merger with Mesa Airlines.

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