The first new airline to enter the Cincinnati market in six years
starts flying Monday when Air Canada makes a return visit to the
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.
The airline will operate two flights daily to Toronto on its regional
subsidiary Jazz, with initial fares as low as $169 round trip. It is
the first new competition at CVG since 2004 when vacation charter
airline USA 3000 started flying. There will now be six airlines serving
the local airport.
"This is exciting news," CVG's chief executive
officer John C. Mok said. "Toronto is a major market for our local
passengers, and the addition of these flights opens new opportunities
beyond Toronto to major European and Asian international destinations.
This initiative to add flights at CVG illustrates, once again, the
strong demand for air service in our local market."
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