Trans States Airlines flights & tickets

Trans States Airlines, or TSA, is a regional carrier based in Missouri (main hub at St. Louis-Lambert International Airport) that serves under United Express for United Airlines and American Eagle for American Airlines. Formerly Resort Air from its inception in the early 1980s, Trans States is a sister carrier of GoJet Airlines and Compass Airlines as part of Trans States Holdings.

Currently, Trans States Airlines has 49 Embraer ERJ-145 aircraft that hold about 40 passengers each. The company does have an active order of 20 Mitsubishi MRJ90 aircraft, increasing the aircraft capacity to 76 passengers each, with the first of the deliveries by 2018. This seems to indicate some growth and additional routes being added for the Trans States Airlines schedule.

As Trans States Airlines does not operate under its own name and works directly with United Airlines and American Airlines, all ticketing and boarding information is provided through the flight partners. If you book through Trans States Airlines, you will be ticketed and reserved through United or American based on yoru date, departing airport and destination.

Why Fly With Trans States Airlines

Trans States Airlines Key Destinations

Every day, TransStates airlines executes more than 200 flights to 70 destinations around the country and Canada as either United Express or American Eagle. As United Express, Trans States Airlines serves U.S. cities like Denver, Jacksonville, Chicago, Indianapolis, Des Moines, Wichita, Detroit, St. Lous, Great Falls, Santa Fe, Albany, Raleigh, Columbus, Tulsa, Philadelphia, Sioux Falls, Nashville, Houston, Richmond, Washington D.C. and Casper. As part of American Eagle, Trans States Airlines serves cities like Hartford, Greensboro, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Norfolk and Montreal, as well as some of the same cities as United Express flights.

Trans States Airlines Baggage Information

Baggage information for a Trans States Airlines flight is based on whether a passenger has booked a flight through United Express/United Airlines or American Eagle/American Airlines. On United Express flights, Economy Class passengers are allowed one bag of 62 linear inches and 50 pounds, while Business and First Class passengers are allowed a bad as heavy as 70 pounds. Generally American Eagle allows 50 pounds and 62 linear inches and passengers can check up to five bags for some flights, with Economy Class paying a charge for each bag, usually $25 for the first bag and $35 for the second bag.

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