Tweed New Haven Airport Announce American Airlines Departure
American Airlines will no longer serve other airports across the country
November 18, 2020
New Haven, CT— Tweed New Haven Airport announced that American Airlines will no longer serve our airport and other airports across the country due to the industry wide impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Tweed New Haven Airport wants to thank American Airlines for providing an essential mode of travel to the Greater Connecticut area since 2003. In spite of a global pandemic, our Airline Service Development team has been hard at work developing the necessary relationships and infrastructure to ensure HVN emerges better and stronger. We’re confident that the work our team is doing behind the scenes will enable HVN to play a positive role in the economic development of our community as the industry and country recover from a global crisis. We look forward to flying together in the friendly skies soon,” said Sean Scanlon, Tweed-New Haven Airport Executive Director.
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