Independence Air will end regional jet service in five markets from its hub at Washington Dulles effective Oct. 31: Cleveland, Louisville, Indianapolis, New York JFK and Stewart International Airport outside New York. Frequency adjustments will be made in a number of other markets so as "to decrease the total number of CRJ departures systemwide." At the same time, the financially struggling airline said it will launch double-daily service to New York LaGuardia beginning Oct. 31 using A319s. ...

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