Another large U.S. airline has pulled out of the London International Airport in London, Ontario. Just over a year ago, United Airlines stopped offering flights to New York City, and now it will drop its service to Chicago starting June 30. The airline has offered that run since 2009. The NYC flights were dropped in February of 2015, only six months after they started. Other airlines to service the London airport and then pull out are Northwest and US Air. The airport's president, Mike Seabrook, said on Tuesday that the Canadian dollar's low value against the U.S. dollar is a major factor, along with higher Canadian airport fees along with a cut overall to United's regional carriers.
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