Airlines that service Akron-Canton Airport include Southwest Airlines, Allegiant Air, US Airways, Delta Airlines and United Airlines, according to AkronCantonAirport.com. These airlines offer direct service to several popular destinations, including major airline hubs such as Chicago and Atlanta.
Flights departing from Akron-Canton Airport offer the lowest average fares in the state of Ohio, claims the airport's official website. According to Cleveland.com, low-cost options and routes were enhanced in May, 2015, when the bargain carrier Allegiant Air, based in Las Vegas, joined the airport's line-up of airlines. This airline transports passengers to several resort destinations in the warmer southern states, including St. Petersburg, Florida, Savannah/Hilton Head and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Southwest Airlines has announced plans to cancel several non-stop flights originating in Akron-Canton in the fall of 2015, says Fox 8 Cleveland. These cancellations include non-stop routes to New York City, Boston, Denver and Washington, D.C. However, the economy airline intends to add new service to Las Vegas.
US Airways, a subsidiary of American Airlines, offers non-stop service from Akron-Canton to Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Charlotte, while Delta provides direct flights to Detroit. United Airlines flies non-stop to Newark. These three major carriers provide connections for Akron-Canton travellers to most global destinations.