When Great Lakes Airlines abruptly pulled up stakes at the Page Municipal Airport (PGA) in March of 2018, it left both residents and visitors even more limited in their options for travel between Phoenix-Sky Harbor Airport (PHX) and the remote Northern Arizona town. Fast forward to August 2018, and there is finally some good news to share: a new airline has not only stepped up to the plate, they have stepped up the game, in more ways than one!Starting Wednesday, August 15th, 2018, Contour Airlines will resume Essential Air Service between Phoenix/Sky Harbor and Page. The Smyrna, Tennessee-based carrier’s beginnings date back to 1982. Since then, they have grown into one of the largest largest regional air carriers and Alternate Essential Air Service providers in the United States. Though the bulk of their operations are focused on Southern cities such as Macon, Georgia, Tupelo, Mississippi and Nashville, Tennessee, they are making inroads into the Western U.S., beginning with scheduled air service between Crescent City and Oakland, CA, and now Page and Phoenix, AZ.
You can get your tickets for a super-low introductory fare of $29 each way