Reno Air was a scheduled passenger airline
headquartered in Reno, Nevada, United States.
Reno Air provided service from its hubs at Reno
Tahoe International Airport in Reno, Nevada and
San Jose International Airport in San Jose,
California to destinations throughout the
western United States, Canada (Vancouver,
British Columbia) and with limited service to
the US east coast.
Its fleet consisted of McDonnell Douglas MD-80
and MD-90 aircraft. In addition, Jetstream 31
aircraft were operated as Reno Air Express by
Mid Pacific Air.
in June 1990, the airline's first flight was on
July 1, 1992, a nonstop flight from Reno to
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Seattle,
Washington. Following the development of its
Reno hub, the airline purchased the San Jose hub
of American Airlines and built it up as a second