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Kalamazoo and Muskegon airports gain new airliners, plan for the future
Two smaller West Michigan regional airports have launched new flight offerings that officials hope will attract passengers as the facilities continue to rebound from the pandemic and launch capital projects.
Passenger travel rebounds as West Mich. airports eye capital projects
Airport officials in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and Muskegon have yet to see passenger travel fully rebound to 2019 levels, but they remain optimistic about the gradual return of business travel and their ability to support capital investments.
American Airlines to resume flights at Kalamazoo/Battle Creek airport
After a three-month hiatus from operating flights through Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport, American Airlines plans to resume a daily flight starting Jan. 5.
GR airport traffic rebounds, though business travel and stimulus concerns loom
GRAND RAPIDS — Passenger travel has steadily rebounded since the depths of the pandemic slowdown, but Grand Rapids airport officials are concerned about the uncertainty over future business travel as well as a looming CARES Act deadline that could cause tens of thousands of layoffs at airlines.
American Airlines to suspend service at Kalamazoo/Battle Creek airport
PORTAGE — The Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport is among more than a dozen U.S. airports where American Airlines plans to suspend service in October because of low demand and a lack of additional federal pandemic relief.
More Grand Rapids airport layoffs as air travel slowly rebounds
GRAND RAPIDS — A food vendor at Gerald R. Ford International Airport has notified state officials that 84 temporary furloughs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic may become permanent layoffs by Oct. 15.
Delta seeks to suspend flights to three Michigan airports
Delta Air Lines is seeking federal permission to suspend flights to airports in Lansing, Flint and Kalamazoo as air travel demand has nearly vanished during the coronavirus pandemic.