Airlines Stop Service To 61 Airports Amid Pilot Shortage: Here's The No-Fly List

Posted on AllSides September 13th, 2022
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As operating costs increase and pilot shortages become more challenging to manage, the airline industry is making service cuts that are affecting several airports.

 

As many as 61 airports have seen American, Delta, and United drop their service since the pandemic started despite customer demand for flights increasing in the U.S., according to Ailevon Pacific Aviation Consulting.

The pandemic riddled the airline industry, bringing it to a near halt as flight demand decreased to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Now that travel is resuming as COVID restrictions ease, Americans are...

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