There's some question in that thread as to whether or not the requested drops would be temporary or permanent, so I guess it remains to be seen. If there's still AS signage a couple months after they discontinue CMH, it's possible it's a temporary shave as B6 has seemed to be doing.
edit- Here's that post/thread if anyone wants to discuss: viewtopic.php?p=22233245#p22233567
Seems unlikely this would be a permanent cut given the strong performance of this route which just a few weeks ago warranted the addition of a second flight.
If you’re looking to save cash during a downturn, a station with literally one flight a day seems like an obvious target. It can’t be efficient paying for the equipment and services required at that scale. I bet it will be back in due time. If AS doesn’t return, DL will definitely jump in.
Could not agree more! Especially with the relationship between AA and AS hopefully providing a good base of FF in CMH! I was happy to see AC returning (with a reduction) in the OAG thread, I think that is a very good sign. On a personal note, I have my first post COVD-19 travel booked for June 15th, CMH-CLT-RSW; RSW-CLT-CMH. Going to be very interesting and I have to confess I am excited about getting back in the air!
Stay safe everyone!
AS' CMH-SEA isn't completely whacked yet, so I'm guessing it comes down to what the DOT does/doesn't approve. (They're also proposing a drop of SAT and MSY, which are also interesting.)
Good catch on AC. DL's CMH-ATL goes from 2 to 4x/day in July (DTW and MSP get flights back, too), which is a step in the right direction. DAY-ATL doesn't come back, at least yet, but it's also a relief the smaller airports like CAK, TOL, or DAY weren't included in any of their drops.
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