Delta jumping on United’s abandoned Cleveland routes

By Michael Garko, In Airline News

Less than two weeks after United announced that it will close its hub at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, rival Delta Air Lines is looking to capitalize on a couple of popular business routes abandoned by United.

© Brian Futterman

© Brian Futterman

According to its website, Delta Air Lines will begin flights from Cleveland to both Indianapolis and Raleigh/Durham starting June 5.  Both routes will be operated six times weekly on CRJ aircraft.

United announced that it will close its Cleveland hub by June 4 earlier this month, one day prior to the start of Delta’s new routes.  The de-hub of Cleveland will result in the suspension of service to over 40 cities from Cleveland on United.

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