N702ML From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 4, posted (8 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 8 hours ago) and read 10601 times:
In Ohio, I can think of:
Lima, OH (I know of Trans Midwest Airlines service to TOL, DAY and CMH in the mid 80s)
Galion, OH (Allegheny Commuter to Mansfield, OH)
Mansfield, OH (Allegheny Commuter to Galion, CMH and CLE and later GCS Air Service to CLE)
Burke-Lakefront Airport in CLE was actually the ORIGINAL CLE airport served by Midway Airlines DC-9-10s to Chicago before ML switched over to Hopkins. Prior to that, Wright Airlines and BAS Airlines operated out of BKL to various destinations.
OzarkD9S From United States of America, joined Oct 2001, 5644 posts, RR: 21
Reply 16, posted (8 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 7 hours ago) and read 10392 times:
MKC had ZW service in the 80's. No more. Also in Missouri, IIRC SUS (Spirit of St Louis Airport) had commuter service for awhile but I'm not sure of the time frame.
In Illinois and I may be off on a few of these: Mt. Vernon, Matoon/Charleston, Carbondale, Galesgurg, Sterling/Rock Falls have all lost service since Deregulation. CGX of course, but that's entirely different.
Next Up: STL-DEN-SLC-SFO-PDX-ORD-STL in 25 hours. Two more states off my list.
Rookinla From United States of America, joined Aug 2005, 345 posts, RR: 2
Reply 17, posted (8 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 7 hours ago) and read 10364 times:
OCF-Ocala, FL...AL to MCO (thru to VRB/LAL), QH to MIA, GNV, TPA and EA to JAX, TPA.
HUF-Terre Haute, IN...Numerous carriers...UA, AL, Britt...
Stuart, FL...QH to MIA.
Look at old Southern Airways timetables and you'll find a bunch...Moultrie/Thomasville was one...I'll find others...
Knope2001 From United States of America, joined May 2005, 3388 posts, RR: 34
Reply 19, posted (8 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 7 hours ago) and read 10356 times:
Here's Wisconsin. Nearly all of these were Beech 99, Metro, Banderante or light twin (Cessna, Piper, Beech) service in the post-deregulation world. OSH, JVL and MTW all had 50-seaters.
Sheboygan SBM last served by American Central to ORD
Manitowoc MTW last served by Great Lakes to ORD
Oshkosh OSH last served by Great Lakes to ORD
Fond du Lac FLD last served by Midstate to ORD
Sturgeon Bay SUE last served by Alliance to Chcago
Beloit/Janesville last served by Apex to MKE
Wisconsin Rapids ISW last served by Allied to MKE
Marshfield MFI last served by Allied to MKE
Medford MFZ last served by Allied to MKE
Stevens Point STE last served by Midstate to ORD
Rice Lake RIE last served by Lakeland to MSP
Superior SUW last served by Lakland to ORD
Ashland ASX last served by Bemidji to MSP
Hayward HYR last served by Bemidji to MSP
New Richmond last served by Blue Line to MKE
Amery last served by Blue LIne to MKE
There have also been flights to Prairie du Chien (PDC) Waukesha (UES) Lake Geneva, Kenosha (ENW) , Clintonville and Wausau (AUW) at least during the 70's, but I'm not positive any of those were after deregulation.
CWAFlyer From United States of America, joined Mar 2005, 698 posts, RR: 1
Reply 20, posted (8 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 6 hours ago) and read 10277 times:
STE-Stevens Point, WI (North Central)
AUW-Wausau, WI (North Central)
PRB-Paso Robles, CA (SkyWest)
CXP-Carson City, NV (SkyWest)
PVU-Provo, UT (SkyWest and Alpine)
OSH-Oskhosh, WI (Republic and various UAX carriers)
MFI-Marshfield, WI (Midstate)
MLF-Milford, UT (SkyWest)
DTA-Delta, UT (SkyWest)
FOM-Fillmore, UT (SkyWest)
RIF-Richfield, UT (SkyWest)
UDD-Bermuda Dunes/Palm Desert, CA (Air LA)
BXS-Borrego Springs, CA (SunAire/SkyWest)
CCR-Concord, CA (PSA/USAir and WestAir)
Steeler83 From United States of America, joined Feb 2006, 9406 posts, RR: 16
Reply 21, posted (8 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 6 hours ago) and read 10255 times:
I didn't see it posted, so here it is:
Lancaster airport. Last served in November, courtesy of US (Air Wisconsin or Air Midwest) to PIT. That service ended as part of the US cuts at PIT along with the regional provider not extending the contract for regional flights out of PIT... Come to think of it, I think it was Air Midwest...
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MtnWest1979 From United States of America, joined Nov 2005, 2887 posts, RR: 1
Reply 23, posted (8 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 6 hours ago) and read 10238 times:
COE-Coeur d' Alene,Idaho last had Empire Airlines servie that ended June 30,1995.
HQM-Hoquiam,WA last had Empire also, but it ended sooner than COE.
AST- Astoria,OR same as above.
Mt Vernon,WA had kenmore Air Express Caravans for a very short period last or year before last.
Brookings,OR were served by Air Oregon with mix of Navajos and Metroliners until they moved away from courier type service and such. Operated into 1979 or 1980.
Also Youngstown, Ohio. Until the 1980s or possibly a bit later, UA operated 727s and 737s to YNG. Not sure whether UA was the only scheduled carrier at YNG. There may have been one or two others.
And Utica, NY. UCA must be the only airport that at one time was the headquarters of a scheduled regional airline, Empire Airlines, that not only no longer has any air service but the airport itself was closed about a year ago. The local airport for that area is now a few miles away at Rome, NY (RME), using a closed USAF base (Griffiss AFB). It has no scheduled service either.
Empire Airlines operated from the mid 1970s until 1986 when it was purchased by Piedmont Airlines, a couple of years before Piedmont merged with US Air. At the time Empire merged with Piedmont, their fleet included about 16 F-28s and half a dozen Metroliners. Their last 2 F-28s on order were delivered to Piedmont after the merger. Shortly before the merger, Empire moved their headquarters from Utica to Syracuse, about 50 miles away, which was their major hub, although they kept their maintenance base at UCA and maintained a few scheduled flights there. UCA's last scheduled carrier was a CO commuter carrier that pulled out in 2002.
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: Add TVL, South Lake Tahoe, to the list. BLK is Blackpool. Burke Lakefront is BKL.
: In Virginia, USA Danville - DAN Hot Springs - HSP
: Michigan I can think of Menomonie MNM last served by Great Lakes to ORD Benton Harbor BEH last served by NW* to DTW Sturgis last served by American Ce
: Naples still has air service. Yellow Air Taxi, a Florida-based commuter airline, flies there from Key West. In addition, Gulfstream International beg
: Minnesota Mankato last Mesabe to MSP Fairmont last Bemidji to MSP Worthington last Bemidji to MSP Grand Rapids last Mesaba to MSP Detoirt Lakes last E
: Regarding YNG - airport title was really Youngstown/Warren/Sharon. It had a 3x on UA using Viscounts, DC6Bs, then 727s (one of the first UA airports w
: lets hope that changes soon. LAL is a really nice airport. I am surprised Skybus hasn't started service there yet. The area is a perfect location for
: Bluefield, WV (BLF) USA Exp (Colgan) to PIT
: I'm not saying this is wrong by any means, but when did NW serve BTL after deregulation?
: Not to mention a USAir maintenance base and reservation center.
: After the NW+RC merger...and having the extra regional carrier lift...NW* served Battle Creek, Benton Harbor, and Elkhart all from Detroit with 19-se
: Ft. Polk, LA .. but I cannot even recall the old airport code. That entire area is now served by AEX. Ahhhh found it .. it is POE ... Service was with
: IWS (West Houston) - Air West DHC-7 service to DAL. FTW (Ft. Worth's Meacham Field) BWD (Brownwood, TX)- had Mesa service until quite recently. HEZ (N
: In Colorado, these towns gained and lost air service Salida - Shavano Air Leadville - Shavano Air, Rocky Mountain Canon City - Shavano Air Vail/Avon (
: According to my father, LaGrange, GA (LGC) once had commercial service. This may have been during regulation. Does anyone know either way?
: In Vermont: Newport (EFK), Springfield (VSF), and Montpelier (MPV)
: Yep...it's true. I'm trying to get you the specifics but it's true.
: CBE (Cumberland, MD) US Airways/Air Midwest to PIT RDG (Reading, PA) Likewise VPZ (Valparaiso, IN) Phillips Airlines - ORD
: OCA - Ocean Reef Club, FL - used to have service on Presidential Airways DNV - Danville, IL - used to have service on Britt Airways ORH - Worcester, M
: A few post deregulation airports I can remember off the top of my head. PRB - Paso Robles, CA SNS - Salinas, CA MMH - Mammoth, CA
: Bishop, too, I think? Sierra Pacific? -Rampart
: Just because I had to go look up where that is, that's Key Largo.
: if i remember correctly, the Southern route that served MSL - ATL stopped at HSV but i could be mistaken.
: Yes Bishop. Then I also want to say Edwards, Yreka, Susanville, and others. And of course we don't want to forget TVL - Lake Tahoe.
: I assume that this means "Cities that formerly had Airline Service" not Former Cities... My guess is that the cities are still there...
: I also know Borrego Hot Springs, CA (BXS) had air service in the 1980's thanks to Western Express. I believe they flew into LAX, but not entirely clea
: Last I remeber unless something changed in the last year. Cape Air still served Naples FL too.
: In New Jersey Princeton had commuter flights to EWR and of course Allegheny had service to AIY (Bader Field Atlantic City) which is now closed. Does T
: As for Kentucky, London (south-central part of the state, south of Lexington) had Piedmont mainline service as late as 1975, but I think it actually c
: MSL still has svc to MEM by airlink.MSL was first served by Eastern and later Southern.The last mainline service there was by Republic with CV580s to
: Pittsfield MA Keene NH Lebanon NH New Bedford MA Served by Air New England and Executive Arlines in the 70's
: In MD...Cumberland CBE and now Hagarstown HGR have lost service from US Express to PIT and formerly to BWI...don't see anyone else filling the void.
: LAF used to have service to DAY on US. Muncie, IN also had service on US, but I don't recall if it was to IND or DAY.
: Allegiant Air STILL serves YNG. That's why I didn't include it. I believe Northwest Airlink and Allegheny Commuter/USAir Express also served YNG in t
: Southern did stop at HSV on some of its MSL-ATL flights as did Republic.The ill-fated Southern flight 242 originated at MSL before stopping here in HS
: Moultrie-Thomasville, GA (MGR) had service according to '78 and '79 on Southern.
: MCN- Macon/Middle Georgia Regional is losing service soon from what I understand. As of now, the only service there is DL Connection to ATL.
: Marco Island, Florida, KMKY had scheduled Martin 404 service to MIA in mid 80's on Marco Island Airlines (ways?).
: Just Borrego Springs, not Borrego Hot Springs. What would become SunAire started as Borrego Air in the late 60's by founder Harris Van Sickle. The Di
: I know AND (Anderson, South Carolina) was served by Eastern & Delta back in the 60's and 70's and while the same airlines had flights into GSP (Greenv
: I want to say 2 more locations in Ohio had service also - ZZV Zanesville and UNI Ohio University. I want to say they were both through USAir affiliat
: Las Cruces, NM, LRU, has had airline service intermittently throughout the years, the last big ones were by YV from 1990 until 2004 on Beech 1900's, a
: Some of these have already been mentioned, but here's Indiana as best I recall since deregulation Elkhart last served by NW* to DTW Lafayette last ser
: According to an old Piedmont route map PI Commuter Sunbird used to run AND-CLT as late as December 1985.
: It's in the 3/77 OAG, but I didn't find it in 1978 or later.