Branson AirExpress is an air travel marketing brand, based at Branson Airport near Branson, Missouri. It commenced operations in the fall of 2009. From that date until October 31, 2010, flights were operated by Expressjet Airlines utilizing 2 Embraer EMB-145 regional jets. Beginning on November 1 all flights began to be operated by Vision Airlines using 2 Dornier 328 Turboprops. For 2011, the scaled back service was operated by a single Corporate Flight Management BAe Jetstream 41.
Much like Southern Skyways or Direct Air, Branson AirExpress uses the air carrier services of DOT and FAA certificated airlines, but does not have any aircraft upon its own air carrier operating certificate. All 2012 service ended for the Autumn and winter and it did not resume in 2013. With the exit of Southwest Airlines from Branson, the concept was revived with a new name, Buzz Airways in 2014.
In November 2014 service under the Branson Air Express name was revived and service transitioned to Elite Airways larger Bombardier CRJ-200 jet aircraft. Branson Air Express and Buzz Airways will operate side-by-side during the summer of 2015, with CFM/Buzz Airways serving Chicago and Austin and Elite Airways operating Branson Air Express service to Denver and Houston. Additionally, on January 28, 2015, Branson AirExpress announced service operated by Orange Air to begin in May 2015 From Branson to New Orleans and Cincinnati. Flights to New Orleans will continue on to CancÃºn. This will be Branson Air Express' first large jet service, utilizing a McDonnell Douglas MD-80.
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