Airline announces major service change
WILLIAMSTOWN Silver Airways, which provides commercial air service to the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport, Friday announced it will end service within its Cleveland network, which includes the local facility, in 90 days.
According to a press release from the airline, in an attempt to strengthen the operations, service will discontinue between Cleveland Hopkins International airport and the five following communities no later than May 15; Jamestown, N.Y.; Bradford, Pa,; DuBois, Pa.; Franklin, Pa.: and Parkersburg.
Silver provides the service as a United Airlines flight. Last month, United announced it would drop Cleveland as a hub.