Frontier Airlines cuts 90% of capacity, flying only to Orlando from Cleveland Hopkins. From April, Frontier Airlines has decided to cut more than 90% of its flight capacity nationwide, eliminating all routed from Cleveland Hopkins except to Orlando.
Frontier Airlines, Denver-based low-cost carrier has developed a large presence at Cleveland Hopkins in recent years. This famous airline is considered as the fifth-largest carrier at Hopkins in 2019 with 1.2 million passengers.
According to the online schedule information, Frontier Airlines has decided to fly to four amazing destinations from Cleveland in May. Four destinations will include Orlando, Fort Myers, Tampa and Denver. The famous airline will average two departures a day in May.
The airline worldwide has been drastically affected due to COVID-19 pandemic, with airlines slashing capacity and yet still flying nearly empty planes.
Frontier Airlines’ analyst, Seth Kaplan believes that the capacity cuts in the United States for April and May will nearly average between 70-90% depending on the airline.
In Cleveland, almost all carriers have cut capacity and reduced their routes, some more than other carriers. Among recent route reduction, United Airlines’ non-stop (direct) flights to Los Angeles has been stopped trough at least April.
The Transportation Security Administration reported earlier this week that 180002 passengers were screened at the airports in the United States in Sunday, which is the lowest number in 10 years and a rough barometer of the number of people flying with the airline.
It is believed that earlier 2510294 people were screened at checkpoints across the nation.
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