Airline Service Picking Up At Hopkins International

(Cleveland) – Airline service is gradually returning to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, after it was cut drastically when people stopped flying during the height of the pandemic.

The mayor’s office says air service to CLE dropped to the point, that on April 21, only 314 passengers flew out of Cleveland. By June 5, that was up to over 3,700 and growing.

The following non-stop service will be added at Hopkins International in June:

·June 11, Spirit to Fort Lauderdale

·June 14, Southwest to St. Louis

·June 18, Frontier to Las Vegas

·June 23, Frontier to Phoenix

·June 26, Spirit to Dallas/Fort Worth

Reinstatements in July include:

·July 1, Spirit to Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Tampa

·July 2, Spirit to Boston and New Orleans

·July 5, United to Los Angeles and San Francisco

·July 6, United to Denver, Houston, and Orlando

·July 7, American to LaGuardia

The mayor’s office says with major attractions in Orlando reopening, there will be increased non-stop service to the Orlando area, which is Cleveland’s top destination. There will be nonstop flights to Orlando (MCO) by Frontier, Spirit, and United, and to Orlando Sanford (SFB) by Allegiant.

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