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Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Ultimate Air Shuttle Will Resume Flights Between Cincinnati and Cleveland

Posted By on Tue, Jul 21, 2020 at 8:58 AM

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Ohio-based Ultimate Air Shuttle announced it will resume flights between Cincinnati and Cleveland, departing from Lunken Airport.

The premier jet service, which offers public charter flights between Atlanta, Charlotte, North Carolina, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Nashville, Tennessee, previously suspended operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.



Since 2009, Ultimate Air Shuttle has offered charter services on 30-seat aircrafts for Fortune 500 companies, sports teams, group travel and casino trips. As a result of the pandemic, many of Ultimate Air Shuttle’s partnered corporations issued travel bans which led to a decrease in demand for its services.

As the company eases back into business, it will resume operations between “the Nati and the Land.”

Weekday flights start at $214 and include free snacks, free drinks and free bags.

For more information and to book flights, visit ultimateairshuttle.com.

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