Posted Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Local business leaders and elected officials tried hard to keep a hub at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport after United Airlines merged with Continental in 2010. But United announced this week the hub is departing anyway. What exactly does that mean for Northeast Ohio? Jobs cuts are certain. Fewer flights are likely. But can the region still thrive with a smaller airport?
Economy, Regional Economy/Business - Analysis and Trends, Regional Economy/Business - News, Transportation
Joseph D. Roman, president & CEO, Greater Cleveland Partnership
Ricky Smith, Cleveland Director of Port Control
Helane Becker, managing director, Cowen Company
P. Kelly Tompkins, Executive VP external affairs, Cliffs Natural Resources, Inc.
David Gilbert, president & CEO, Positively Cleveland
Ken Mayland, PhD, economist, ClearView Economics
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