Flying in America changed after airline deregulation in 1978. It evolved toward dominance by big carriers along a path of consolidation and centralization of services. Now, there are handful of national ‘hub’ airports through which most passengers are routed for cost efficiency. And none of the major airports in our region is among them.
Part 4 of our series "Grounded," looks at where we go from here with air travel in and out of northeast Ohio.
Our big airports have been de-hubbed.