The Globe and Mail is reporting that many travel agencies in the Columbus metro area have closed their doors after months of low profits.
The Columbus Metropolitan Planning Organization says the closures are part of a broader restructuring that includes consolidating more than 70 locations into smaller, more competitive locations.
Some of the major new locations include:Blue Cross Blue Shield, which is moving to Columbus from suburban Dayton and has announced it will move to a new building in downtown Columbus.
American Airlines has announced plans to move to Columbus, as well as two other locations in the area.
The American Airlines Columbus branch closed earlier this year.
American Airlines’ Columbus branch has shut down.
Blue Cross, the other major carrier in the metro area, has been moving to a smaller location in Downtown Columbus.
American Airlines has closed some of its Columbus locations.
The Blue Cross Blue Soles has announced its decision to close.
American Express has said it is closing three locations in Columbus, including its downtown Columbus headquarters.
American Eagle Travel, a popular discount travel agency based in Columbus that is part of American Airlines, has also closed its Columbus branch.
American Envoy, the travel agency that offers online shopping and credit card applications, is closing all of its locations.
American Envoy is part-owned by Travelers Trust, a group that includes Delta Airlines and American Airlines.
American Travel Services has announced the closure of a branch in downtown Toledo, Ohio.
American Family Travel, which offers travel services for members of the military, has announced that it is consolidating its Columbus location into a new location in the city.
American Fuel, a travel agency located in Dayton, Ohio, has said that it will close all of the Dayton location.
Delta Airlines, the largest airline in the US, announced its intention to consolidate its Columbus and Dayton locations.
Delta is closing more than 30 locations, including two in Dayton.
Delta also announced plans for a Columbus location.
Delta plans to consolidate all of Delta’s Columbus and Cincinnati locations.
AmericanExpress announced plans of closing five locations in downtown Cleveland, two in Columbus and one in Cleveland.
American International has announced a consolidation in Columbus.
Delta Air Lines announced plans that it would close two locations in Cleveland, one in Columbus-Lutheran, and one outside Columbus.
American Jet has announced three locations are moving to downtown Columbus, one outside the metro, and another in downtown Cincinnati.
United Airlines has also announced its plans to close its Columbus offices.
The move comes as several major airlines have announced plans or relocations of their Columbus locations as they continue to make cuts and roll out efficiencies.
This comes as the number of people traveling to the metro region has plummeted, and many companies are moving locations to cut costs.
It also comes as a number of companies are announcing their intention to open new locations.
Last week, United Airlines announced plans in Columbus to open its second Columbus hub, a four-stop hub, which will provide more flexible scheduling and access to local food, entertainment and other services.
As of now, there are no plans to open a new hub in Cleveland and there are currently no plans for another hub in the Dayton area.