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TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — New nonstop air service between Toledo, Ohio, and Newark, N.J., will begin one month later than expected and under a different name.
The port authority in Toledo said Thursday the charter service that had called itself Air Azul — taken from the Spanish word for "blue" — has canceled all tickets already purchased and will announce a new operating name May 4.
Air Azul had planned to begin three-times-a-week service between Toledo and Newark on June 1. A letter to customers says flights will now start July 1 and says tickets will have to be rebooked. The letter tells customers their credit cards were never charged.
Airline officials say next month's naming news will be accompanied by word of introductory fares as low as $9, before taxes and fees.