In the airline industry, a FOCUS CITY is a destination from which an
airline operates several point-to-point routes. Thus, a focus city
primarily caters to the local market rather than to connecting
However, with the term's expanded usage, a focus city may also
function as a small-scale hub .
Allegiant Air ,
Frontier Airlines are examples of
airlines that consider some of their destinations to be focus cities.
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* ^ Mutzabaugh, Ben (2006-03-03). "United adds a \'hublet\' in San
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* ^ Mutzabaugh, Ben (2014-03-21). "
Frontier Airlines tabs Cleveland
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USA Today . Retrieved 2016-05-26.
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