Florida-based Via Airlines has cut flights from its schedule due to the ongoing pilot shortage. The cuts have caused a reduction in current service as well as delaying planned new services. The airline expects the cutbacks to last through the summer and says it won’t hinder further growth planned for the end of the year.
New planned routes between Orlando-Sanford, Birmingham and Mobile, and Birmingham and Raleigh-Durham have also been postponed by the airline. The flights to Raleigh-Durham were scheduled to commence on April 27 but have since been postponed to June 27. In mid-April, the carrier also suspended flights between its Austin hub and Amarillo with the city’s director of aviation stating the airline plans to re-start the route in early June. In January, AirlineGeeks flew with Via Airlines on its Austin to Amarillo flight.
https://airlinegeeks.com/2019/05/11/via ... -shortage/
Supposedly due to the pilot shortage... not exactly sure what to think of this.