The newest airline to serve Cincinnati, Vision Airlines, is running into some turbulence....on the ground.
This past weekend was a time of delayed flights, stranded passengers and lots of frustration.
"I need to get home to Cincinnati," one angry passenger told our ABC affiliate in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
"It's very frustrating when you need to get home to family," another said. "I've been here since 5:30 this morning, and they said four hours, and it's been another four hours."
Passengers waited all day at the Myrtle Beach airport to return home to Cincinnati. The flight ended up delayed almost 12 hours according to a spokeswoman for the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International airport.
Low Fares, But Small Fleet
Vision Airlines offers direct service from Myrtle Beach to CVG twice a week on Sundays and Thursdays at prices significantly lower than Delta. On other days it flies from the beach to Cleveland, Louisville and Indianapolis.
A recent Indianapolis flight was worse, however, delayed more than 24 hours.
Vision has not yet commented on the delays, but Myrtle Beach airport employees say the airline flies a very small number of planes, and is experiencing growing pains.
So a simple mechanical problem can cause a domino effect and very long delays, affecting multiple flights and airlines.
However you decide to fly, don't waste your money.
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