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CRW to STL Route Map

Charleston to St. Louis Flights, Stats and Airplanes

Route information for flights from Yeager to Lambert St. Louis Intl..

Origin:
Distance:
474.69 miles

CRW - Yeager Airlines

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Interesting Facts About Flights from Charleston to St. Louis (CRW to STL)

  • The smallest aircraft servicing flights from CRW to STL for Chautauqua Airlines is the EMB-140 built by Embraer with 44 seats.
  • The oldest aircraft servicing trips from Charleston, WV to St. Louis, MO in 2009 was Chautauqua Airlines' EMB-140 from Embraer which started flying in 2001.
  • Chautauqua Airlines operated flights from CRW to STL using one type of aircraft in 2009.
  • The largest aircraft servicing flights between Charleston and St. Louis from Chautauqua Airlines is the EMB-140 built by Embraer with 44 seats.
  • The newest aircraft servicing CRW to STL in 2009 was Chautauqua Airlines' EMB-140 from Embraer. The EMB-140 started flying in 2001.

(Source: FAA & BTS 2009 Databases)