masseybrown wrote:lakeeffect wrote:Looks like the announcement is Allegiant.
I see on their route map CLE- AUS, FLL, PGD, JAX, MYR, MSY, AZA, SAV, SFB, PIE.
That would equal maybe 3 flights a day? Even so, it's impressive. It's "Sustainability Day" at City Hall; so I was afraid this would be an announcement of the green roof project.
greenair727 wrote:^This source out of Youngstown seems to answer the above question (though not about frequency of service):
"YOUNGSTOWN — The Western Reserve Port Authority received some good news this morning regarding its longtime air carrier, Allegiant. The airline told Dan Dickten, aviation director at the Youngstown Warren Regional Airport, that the flights it has at the Akron Canton Regional Airport will move to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in February. Those flights being another 20 miles away from Youngstown should help boost Allegiant flights in Youngstown, Dickten said."
http://www.vindy.com/news/2016/sep/21/a ... cleveland/
fun2fly wrote:I was at CLE yesterday in Concourse C and didn't see any signs of AA moving to C. Actually, CLE branded all the gates and check in desks in their logos, something you would not expect if they planned on a tenant being there anytime soon. Any update on the AA to C move?
fun2fly wrote:Another blow for CAK. It's got to be getting pretty skinny their operating wise.
While I'm underwhelmed at yet another unreliable carrier at CLE, I guess it helps lower operating costs and debt. I'm assuming they will be a Concourse A tenant?
I know all you CLE lovers think your airport should be the only one open, but the truth is CAK does serve a lot of communities that don't want to have to try and make a 1 to 3 hour drive to CLE in a winter storm.
masseybrown wrote:In the first half of 2016, G4 had 218 departures from CAK carrying 32,953 pax (88.2% L/F). Monthly departures ranged from a low of 25 in Feb to a high of 60 in June. Their 319s seat 156 and the MD80s 166; let's say 161 per flight average..
Their initial schedule in CLE is 22 departures a week, increasing to 24 in April; so they're putting 7,000 - 7,600 O&D seats on the market weekly. That is a big step up from CAK and is approximately the level at which Spirit began in CLE.
Robert1010 wrote:I know the CLE / CAK metro is a pretty big area north to south and does probably require 2 airports, but I wish the area would come together a build a new airport more
centrally in the region,maybe around Akron! Smh ,will never happen!
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