CLEVELAND, Ohio — Ultimate Air Shuttle will resume its popular Cleveland-to-Cincinnati route starting July 20.
The twice-daily service was suspended back in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Ultimate Air flies between Burke Lakefront Airport in downtown Cleveland and Cincinnati’s Lunken Airport, 5 miles east of downtown. Ultimate offers the only commercial service out of Burke.
The 42-minute flights to Cincinnati depart from Cleveland at 7:55 a.m. and 6:35 p.m.; flights from Cincinnati leave at 6:45 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. The service runs Monday through Friday, catering to business travelers who want to avoid the I-71 commute. Fares start at $214 one way.
Rick Pawlak, senior vice president at Ultimate Air Shuttle, said the Cleveland-to-Cincinnati route is the first one the carrier is bringing back. “Customers started booking a few minutes after the announcement,” he said. “Cleveland to Cincinnati was chosen first to help Ohio businesses get back to work.”
Cincinnati is Ultimate’s only destination from Cleveland; it also flies from Cincinnati to Atlanta, Nashville, Charlotte and Chicago.
Ultimate Air Shuttle is a division of Ultimate JetCharters, based in North Canton. The company flies 30-seat Embraer and Dornier aircraft on its routes.