Two airlines seek to end service at Alabama airports
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Two Alabama airports could lose flights as airlines continue to alter schedules because of Covid-19’s impact on air travel.

According to Business Alabama, Frontier is seeking to end service in Mobile, and Silver Airways is trying to exit Huntsville International Airport, based on U.S. Department of Transportation applications.

The two airports are among 79 others across the nation that could lose air carriers.

As we recently reported, flights at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport have decreased from 64 a day to 14, but no carrier has exited the market due to Covid-19 at this time – although Frontier did exit BHM prior to the pandemic.

Mobile would still be served by American, Delta and United, and Huntsville would still be served by American, Delta, United and Frontier.

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