Top News on Cleveland Hopkins International

  • United to cut Cleveland hub by June

    ​United Airlines will cut its hub at Cleveland Hopkins International airport from April, ending nonstop service to 39 cities by the end of June.

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  • Aircell's high-speed Internet unit attracts US business aviation

    <p>US repair station Constant Aviation has begun the supplemental type certificate (STC) process to install Aircell's...

  • FAA cautions operators on foul weather landings

    The US FAA is alerting airlines to retool procedures and training in several areas linked to landings in bad weather....

  • NTSB calls for more comprehensive rejected landing training

    <P>The <A href="">US&nbsp;NTSB</A> is requesting that the <A href="">FAA</A> put...

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  • Spirit to add eight routes from Cleveland in 2015

    News | 24 Sep 2014 21:11 | Edward Russell

    ​Spirit Airlines will begin service to Cleveland Hopkins International airport in January 2015, with service planned to eight destinations.
  • Frontier to grow at Chicago, Cleveland and Memphis

    News | 26 Aug 2014 14:09 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​Frontier Airlines announces continued expansion from Chicago, Cleveland and Memphis, three cities where Frontier has added a host of flights in recent months.
  • Frontier looking for used A320s to expand fleet

    News | 30 Jul 2014 18:27 | Edward Russell

    Frontier Airlines is looking to acquire used Airbus A320s to expand its fleet while it waits for its first A320neos in 2016.
  • United cuts Venezuela and boosts Guam flights

    News | 13 Jul 2014 11:22 | Edward Russell

    ​United Airlines will reduce frequency on its route between Houston Intercontinental and Caracas, Venezuela, in September, joining other major carriers in reducing their schedules as the country’s foreign exchange issues continue.
  • United should wind down Washington Dulles hub: Analyst

    News | 27 Jun 2014 03:13 | Edward Russell

    ​Imperial Capital analyst Bob McAdoo suggests that United Airlines wind down its hub at Washington Dulles International airport in order to boost financial performance.
  • ANALYSIS: The truth about the US pilots shortage

    News | 16 Jun 2014 09:44

    The US General Accounting Office says it does not know if there is an airline pilot shortage in the country. The Air Line Pilots Association says there is no shortage. The US Federal Aviation Administration says it is not the cause of the problem.