6 Responses

  1. David
    David at |

    Correction: Shut down Sept 29, not July 29.

    1. Seth
      Seth at |

      Indeed, David, 60 days from now we’ll be in September. 😮

  2. theblakefish
    theblakefish at |

    Wow…horrible news for the State of Ohio.

  3. theblakefish
    theblakefish at |

    Even if the airport is in Ky…

  4. Vincent Fox
    Vincent Fox at |

    Disagree. All giant corporations like to target only the most dense markets, and churn the most profit per quarter. They have no interest at all in servicing smaller markets, so the collapsing hubs means worse service. A few players inevitably means cartels instead of real competition. Oh sure we USED to have direct flights to X, but now you need to connect through ATL for it, SORRY CHARLIE!

    1. Seth
      Seth at |

      There may be some markets which see reduced service, Vincent, but those are generally smaller or marginal markets anyways. And it isn’t like there are tons of cities with CR2s serving lots of point-to-point markets outside of hubs. Comair was already carrying less than 1% of Delta’s traffic. This isn’t going to make a significant change in the coverage.