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Via Airlines is a US domestic regional airline offering scheduled service across the United States. The airline originally focused on scheduled Essential Air Service from Raleigh County Memorial Airport in Beckley, West Virginia, Parkersburg/Marietta in Parkersburg, West Virginia to Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, North Carolina, but has since expanded to service other locations.
Via Airlines was established on March 27, 1997 and operated public and private charter flights for corporations, sports teams, casinos, and air travel functions before expanding to scheduled passenger flight services with ViaAir.
Via Airlines began its EAS scheduled flights in December 2014, with the inaugural flight to Beckley, WV taking place on December 3. Prior to ViaAir beginning flights, air service was operated by United Express.The same day as the inaugural Beckley flight, ViaAir announced it would be operating seasonal unsubsidized nonstop service from Charlotte Douglas International Airport to Northeast Florida Regional Airport in St. Augustine, Florida, with its inaugural flight taking place on December 19, 2014.
After a seasonal trial, an agreement was reached to continue service to St. Augustine from Charlotte and Beckley. In early November 2015, ViaAir announced it would extend its St. Augustine service into 2016.
ViaAir, with flights operated by the Charter Air Transport fleet, offers additional air travel options with its AirCruise and Air Tours products. ViaAir's aviation products began in 2009 with its Air Tours, and introduced AirCruise in 2011. AirCruise introduced a concept similar to naval cruises, but that transports passengers by plane instead of by boat. While naval cruising is limited to ports, AirCruise is able to reach landlocked destinations.
On November 15, 2017, ViaAir announced two new destinations from Austin (Oklahoma City and Tucson), taking its total destinations from Austin up to four. Coinciding with this information was the announcement that "ViaAir plans to base crews and maintenance at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, positioning its Austin based operations to expand. We will roll out additional cities throughout next year as we hope to be known as Austin’s hometown airline."  On February 9, 2018 Via announced two new destinations from Austin (Little Rock and Tulsa), bringing the total of destinations served from Austin up to six.
On May 23, 2019, ViaAir announced that it was suspending the majority of its commercial operations, citing a pilot shortage, with the only operating flights being between Orlando-Sanford International Airport and Jackson, MS. 
|Alabama||Montgomery||Montgomery Regional Airport|||
|Arizona||Tucson||Tucson International Airport|
|Arkansas||Little Rock||Clinton National Airport|
|Connecticut||Hartford||Bradley International Airport||Begins July 22, 2019|
|Florida||Orlando/Sanford||Orlando Sanford International Airport||Base|
|Florida||Tallahassee||Tallahassee International Airport|
|Louisiana||Baton Rouge||Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport|
|Mississippi||Jackson||Jackson-Evers International Airport|
|Missouri||Branson||Branson Airport||Seasonal service (resumes May 23, 2019)|
|North Carolina||Raleigh/Durham||Raleigh–Durham International Airport|||
|Oklahoma||Tulsa||Tulsa International Airport|
|Pennsylvania||Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh International Airport|||
|South Carolina||Columbia||Columbia Metropolitan Airport|
|Tennessee||Memphis||Memphis International Airport||Begins June 25, 2019|
|Texas||Amarillo||Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport|
|Texas||Austin||Austin–Bergstrom International Airport||Hub|
All regional jet aircraft used for ViaAir public charters are operated by its subsidiary, Via Airlines.
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- Davis, Mark. KCI to gain ViaAir flights to Steamboat Springs, Colo., this winter, Kansas City Star, July 26, 2017, Retrieved 2017-08-03
- Korfhage, Stuart. "Via drops service to Charlotte, hints at adding new routes". The St. Augustine Record. Retrieved 2 April 2019.
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- Young, Charles. Official: May 7 last day for Via Air service at North Central West Virginia Airport, The Exponent Telegraph, April 19, 2017, Retrieved 2017-08-03
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