United’s De-Hubbing of Cleveland Is Official: Terminal D Shuts Down

Cleveland’s Terminal D was shuttered yesterday as United wrapped up its de-hubbing at the airport. 39 cities lost nonstop service from the longstanding former-Continental hub, with the last of the flights being dropped Wednesday.

I spent a lot of time at Terminal D in the late 1990s commuting at 6am Mondays from Cleveland to White Plains. Wow, consulting sure is sexy.

The most interesting tidbit is that United will continue to pay debt service on the Terminal – to the tune of $1.1 million per month – until 2027.

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