United Airlines Cutting More Routes


United Airlines is canceling flights out of their Cleveland Hopkins former hub.

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United Airlines non-stop routes to the following destinations will be cut:

  • Dallas/Ft. Worth (ends March 5)
  • Fort Meyers (ends April 7)
  • Fort Lauderdale (ends April 7)
  • Tampa (ends April 7)

If you’re booked on a flight that is due to be canceled, United will be contacting you to offer a full refund, or accommodate you on another routing.

Unfortunately, with these cuts, will come job losses at the Cleveland airport. While the extent of the cuts is to be determined, United didn’t have any details to release at this time.

Even with the cuts (accounting to over 2/3 of the the flights there), United still remains Cleveland’s primary carrier. United has recently averaged 62 flights per day, while Delta has had 23 and Frontier with 9. Southwest, American and US Airways has had about twelve each.

For more information on United Airlines, visit: https://www.united.com/web/en-US/Default.aspx


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