CINCINNATI (AP) - Cincinnati air travelers have a new airline
option, for the first time in six years.
Beginning Monday, Air Canada is offering twice-a-day nonstop
service to Toronto from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International
The last time a new airline launched at the Hebron, Ky., airport
was in 2004, when USA 3000 joined the roster.
Air Canada comes on board while the airport's dominant tenant,
Delta Air Lines, continues to make cutbacks at its Cincinnati hub.
Delta eliminated another 10 percent of its local flights on May 1.
Airport Chief Executive John Mok notes that Toronto is a major
market for Cincinnati passengers. Cincinnati companies such as
Procter & Gamble Co. have major operations in the Canadian city.
Information from: The Cincinnati Enquirer,
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