United Airlines temporarily suspends direct flights from Erie to Chicago

United Airways has temporarily suspended non-quit flights amongst Chicago and Erie.

The two times-a-day spherical outings will resume Feb. 20, in accordance to Derek Martin, Executive Director of the Erie International Airport.

Martin reported air journey is down just about 70% nationwide from a calendar year ago simply because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Persons have nowhere to go,” he reported in an job interview Sunday.

But United included direct flights from Erie to Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. in mid-December. The Erie Airport Authority was able to incorporate that company when they obtained a $292,000 Compact Community Air Service grant, which enables the federal governing administration to assist tiny airports in acquiring new air company, will defer United’s operational expenses for the first calendar year of assistance, Martin reported at the time.

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