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

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 – 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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Spirit Will Focus On Linking Existing Markets – Aviation Week

Spirit’s aggressive near-term growth strategy will emphasize connecting existing markets with new nonstop service rather than adding new “dots” to its route map, the carrier’s top executive confirms. “We likely will still add a few [new cities] every year as we move forward,” CEO Ben Baldanza told analysts on a Feb. 19 earnings call, “but …

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Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia face more regulated trans-Tasman routes under renewed alliance | CAPA – Centre for Aviation

Air New Zealand (ANZ) and Virgin Australia will be allowed to continue their trans-Tasman alliance under a draft decision issued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) on 10-Jul-2013. But the ACCC has made some significant changes to the routes that will be regulated with capacity and growth conditions. The Commission has rejected the …

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