, 2022-11-07 08:00:00,
By Joey Gerardi
Delta Shifts Northeast Regional Schedule to Favor LaGuardia
Airlines around the world change their schedules constantly, and that’s not anything new. But over the last couple of months, Delta has had a considerable amount of shift in its schedule, most of which includes moving away from its Detroit hub on small regional jets.
Detroit to Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Allentown, Penn. ; and Dayton, Ohio, all routes which have already ended this Fall and were scheduled on the 50-seat CRJ-200. Detroit to Fort Wayne and Minneapolis to Moline, Ill. operated on a mix of aircraft from the CRJ-200 and CRJ-900 also have ended this Fall.
Detroit to South Bend, which operates on the CRJ-900 ends in less than a week on Nov. 8, 2022. Most of the routes previously mentioned only operated on a once-daily basis, moving away from the low-frequency flights on these small aircraft to smaller and mid-sized cities. In the recently changed new schedule, there are more cuts coming for the carrier’s Detroit-Metro hub, which seems to be taking most of the service cuts this Fall and into Winter.
State College, Penn., Binghamton, N.Y., and Ithaca, N.Y. all of which currently receive only a single daily service from Detroit in the middle of the day. The two New York cities’ flights operate on 50-seat CRJ-200s while State College flights operate on CRJ-700s. But come Jan. 9, 2023, all three of the cities will no longer see nonstop flights to Detroit. State…
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