Indeed, looks like CO
is down to one mainline 733 and an ERJ-145 for the CLE
I took this route once on a 733. . .(the a/c was bumped up to a 733 from a 735 for that day). CLE
was efficient for my layover, but very outdated, like the old MDW
, and not one good viewing area that I found during my layover time. I spent my time talking with two CO
737 crews that day. . .so I had a good memory anyway.
On the flying in and out side. . .I found CLE
to be very interesting and busy. . .I flew through on a mostly cloudy, bumpy day making the experience for me even more delightful.
Like I said in my earlier reply #21. . .ERJs everywhere. . .it was a sight to behold. In my mind, just because CLE
has more RJ
flights, doesn't necessarily make it a non-hub. What about airlines with either mostly RJs or Propjobs? They sometimes have a hub all their own. Bahamasair comes to mind. . .having only a couple 732s and quite a few Dash8s. . .their hub in Nassau. . .
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