Category Archive: Cleveland Hopkins News

Frontier dedicates Orville, the Red Cardinal, to the State of Ohio

On Sunday, April 12th, Frontier Airlines dedicated N228FR (cn 5526) an Airbus A320-214 to the state of Ohio. The plane, which has been repainted in the new livery, has a tail featuring Ohio’s state bird, the red Cardinal. The plane was dedicated to Ohio in honor of Frontier’s expansion at both Cleveland Hopkins and Cincinnati …

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Spirit Airlines jumps into Cleveland market – Cleveland Plain Dealer

Low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines announced Wednesday it was entering the increasingly competitive market at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, with nonstop service to eight popular destinations including Orlando, Florida; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; and Los Angeles. Spirit — which boasts of ultra-low fares combined with fees for bags, beverages and almost everything else — brings its …

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

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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Secondary Market Takes Pressure Off Smaller RJs – Aviation Week

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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