(Cleveland) - Gradually, regular airline service is returning to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport,. Airline service to and from Cleveland was cut drastically at the height of the pandemic, but that's changing.
The city says JetBlue has re-loaded their pre-COVID-19 schedule from Hopkins, with four non-stops to Boston, and one to Fort Lauderdale, starting August 1.
Allegiant Air went full schedule in June, and Spirit will start their full schedule on July 1.
Other airlines, such as United, Delta, American, and Southwest, are still adding flights.
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