DOT denies application for Youngstown to Chicago flights


The U.S. Department of Transportation has tentatively denied the application of Aerodynamics Inc. to begin daily air service between the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport based on the airline’s lack of “fitness.”

The government also went another step, proposing that ADI also have its existing certification to provide charter flights revoked — all on the grounds that the company doesn’t have the “managerial competence necessary” nor the “proper compliance disposition and regard for the laws and regulations governing its services.”

The written order DOT released Thursday says ADI will have the opportunity to show cause why the tentative conclusions should not be adopted.

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