Monthly Archive: May 2014

Akron-Canton Airport sets open house to review master plan – The Independent

The Akron-Canton terminal and control tower.  The airport is floating ideas for expansion.  Photo:  Cole Goldberg -

Area residents can hear details about Akron-Canton Airport’s work on a master plan during an open house on Thursday. The project has been under development since 2012 with the goal of outlining planned growth for the next 20 years. It overlaps with the airport’s CAK 2018 plan, which began in 2008 and projected 10 improvements …

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Frontier Airlines adds even more nonstop flights from Cleveland Hopkins to DFW, LAS –

Frontier aircraft are increasingly visible at Cleveland Hopkins in the wake of United's flight reductions.  Photo:  George Mihalek - OPShots Contributor

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Frontier Airlines is continuing to expand its service out of Cleveland Hopkins, announcing Wednesday that it will add two more cities to a growing list of nonstop destinations: Dallas/Fort Worth and Las Vegas. Both cities are already available via nonstop service from Cleveland – Dallas on United and American airlines, and Las …

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Vincent Aviation Australia announces 120 Darwin staff to lose jobs as company goes into receivership – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

A Jetstream 31 of Vincent Aviation pictured at Christchurch in August 2011.  Photo:  Bill Mallinson - OPShots Contributor

Up to 120 staff at the Darwin-based commercial airline Vincent Aviation Australia have lost their jobs as the company today announced it has gone into receivership. An email sent to airline staff says their employment is terminated from today. The receivers, BDO, told staff their wages had been paid up until last Sunday and payment …

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Secondary Market Takes Pressure Off Smaller RJs – Aviation Week

A Chautauqua Airlines E-145 on approach to Cleveland in February 2014.  They no longer service the airport.  Photo:  Dave Reed - OPShots Contributor

A year ago in this space, the Embraer regional jet (ERJ) family’s prognosis was summed up in two words: slow fade. As U.S. carriers—the major drivers behind the 50-seat RJ’s climb—revamp their strategies to include larger narrowbody aircraft operating fewer flights, the pace of that fade should pick up. Aviation Week’s Fleet Discovery shows that the …

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