Category Archive: Airline News

Flexjet Adds the Gulfstream G650 to its Fleet

CRAIN’S CLEVELAND BUSINESS – Cleveland-based fractional share and jet card provider, Flexjet, announced it has added two luxury Gulfstream G650s to its portfolio. Flexjet, which was purchased by Cleveland aviation entrepreneur Kenn Ricci in 2013, took delivery of its first G650 on October 4th, 2017, direct from Gulfstream in Savannah, Georgia. The aircraft then performed …

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Allegiant Air expands at CLE, leaving Youngstown behind

THE CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER – Allegiant Air, the lone commercial carrier flying from the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, will end service to the Trumbull County facility on January 4, 2018. The announcement comes six months after the airline started flying from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, 70 miles away. Las Vegas-based Allegiant, known for its low fares …

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WOW Air Announces New Service to Cleveland from Keflavik

THE CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER – WOW air, the fast-growing, low-cost carrier based in Iceland, said Wednesday that it will also start flying from Cleveland Hopkins to Reykjavik – mirroring an announcement that came just 24 hours earlier from Icelandair. WOW will start the service May 4, with fares as low as $99 one way. Tickets …

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Icelandair Announces New Service to Cleveland from Keflavik

ICELANDAIR – Reykjavík, Iceland, August 22, 2017 – Icelandair is pleased to announce their newest North American gateway: Cleveland, Ohio. Non-stop service to Keflavik, Iceland will launch on Tuesday May 16, 2018 with four flights a week. In addition, connections to more than 25 destinations in Europe will be available through the airlines hub in …

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