US Airlines Continue to Pull Service to Cities Citing Pilot Shortage

10th Sep 2022

American Airlines will pull its service from Dubuque, Iowa beginning September after 35 years – citing pilot shortage. Services in other three cities will also be cut including Toledo, Ohio; Ithaca, New York; and Islip, New York.

In a report from NBC News, aside from American Airlines, other major airlines like United Airlines cut service to 20 cities while Delta dropped three cities.

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