Industry Analyst: “Over 50 US Cities Will Have Lost Airline Service By The End of The Year Due to Pilot Shortage”

14th Aug 2022

American Airlines announced it will cut service in September in four US cities, namely: Dubuque, Toledo, Islip, and Ithaca while United Airlines will suspend service to Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport in California starting November 01.

“By the end of this year, at least 52 US cities will have lost their airline service because of the pilot shortage and high fuel costs,”  Henry Harteveldt, Travel Industry Analyst at Atmosphere Research Group told CTGN America.

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