The commercial airline woes continue for the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, which is losing flights and revenue.
The latest flight cutbacks were the cancellation of flights by Allegiant Air between Youngstown and Punta Gorda, Florida, near Fort Myers.
Aviation Director Dan Dickten said there is no clear date for when the Punta Gorda flights might be reinstated.
In late August the airport lost service to Chicago O’Hare International Airport by Great Lakes Jet Express.
Dickten said the lost flights have resulted in falling parking revenue. In 2015, the airport made $400,000 in parking revenue, but expects that to fall to about $315,000 this year.
Allegiant this year has expanded service to Akron-Canton Airport and Pittsburgh International Airport, which Dickten said has reduced the customer base for the Youngstown airport.
Allegiant announced earlier that it will move its flights from Akron-Canton to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and it is not clear what effect, if any, this would have on Allegiant operations in Youngstown.