WATERLOO — American Airlines will continue serving Waterloo Regional Airport for another two years, officials confirmed Friday.
The U.S. Dept. of Transportation advised the airport and city of Waterloo it approved American Airlines for another two-year contract to continue air service between Waterloo and Chicago O’Hare International Airport effective May 1.
American has served as the sole airline at Waterloo Regional Airport since 2012.
“With approximately 450 daily departures, this reselection by the U.S. DOT continues to allow Cedar Valley passengers a seamless connection to an extensive number of domestic and international markets,” Keith Kaspari, Waterloo Regional Airport director, said in a release. “I very much look forward to continuing an existing long-term relationship with officials at American.”