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Business Courier: Delta, American restart more flights at CVG

Business Courier / Chris Wetterich / September 11, 2020

Two airlines are adding back more flights at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in time for the fall travel season.

Overall, the number of flights at CVG will increase 15% in October compared to September. CVG will have the most nonstop destinations among regional airports, including Dayton, Louisville, Lexington, Columbus and Indianapolis.

Delta Air Lines is adding back nonstop service to Washington-Reagan National airport, Boston, Las Vegas and Newark starting Oct. 1.

“The key restart in October is Boston because it wasn’t being served,” said CVG spokeswoman Mindy Kershner.

American Airlines is adding its nonstop seasonal service to Phoenix beginning Nov. 4. Flights will operate four days per week through April 4.

In total, airlines at CVG will serve 37 nonstop destinations in October.

“We’re pleased that additional nonstop service is returning, including service to Boston,” said CVG CEO Candace McGraw.

The pandemic has ravaged airlines and airports nationwide as leisure and business travelers stayed home in quarantine. At the height of the pandemic in April, the number of passengers at CVG was down 95%. In May, passengers were down 89%, while in June they were down 77%.

CVG’s current destinations

A list of cities that will have nonstop service from CVG as of Oct. 1 and the airlines that serve them.

  1. Atlanta: Delta, Frontier
  2. Austin, Texas.: Allegiant
  3. Phoenix: Allegiant
  4. Boston: Delta
  5. Baltimore: Southwest
  6. Charleston, S.C.: Allegiant
  7. Charlotte, N.C.: Allegiant
  8. Washington, D.C.-Reagan National: Delta
  9. Washington, D.C.-Dulles: United
  10. Denver: Frontier and United
  11. Dallas: American and Frontier
  12. Detroit: Delta
  13. Newark, N.J.: Delta, Allegiant, United
  14. New York-LaGuardia: Delta
  15. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: Allegiant
  16. Houston-Intercontinental: United
  17. Jacksonville, Fla.: Allegiant
  18. Las Vegas: Delta, Frontier, Allegiant
  19. Los Angeles: Delta, Allegiant
  20. Orlando: Delta, Frontier
  21. Chicago-Midway: Southwest
  22. Chicago-O’Hare: United, American
  23. Miami: American
  24. Minneapolis-St. Paul: Delta
  25. New Orleans: Allegiant
  26. Myrtle Beach, S.C.: Allegiant
  27. West Palm Beach, Fla.: Allegiant
  28. Punta Gorda, Fla.: Allegiant
  29. Philadelphia: American
  30. St. Petersburg, Fla.: Allegiant
  31. Fort Myers, Fla.: Delta, Frontier
  32. Savannah, Ga.: Allegiant
  33. Orlando-Sanford, Fla.: Allegiant
  34. Salt Lake City: Delta
  35. Sarasota/Bradenton, Fla.: Frontier, Allegiant
  36. Tampa: Delta, Frontier
  37. Destin-Fort Walton Beach, Fla.: Allegiant
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