Ultimate Air Shuttle (UE, Cincinnati Lunken) has announced via its website that it will relaunch in-house scheduled operations on July 20, although initially with a severely restricted network encompassing only 2x daily services between Cincinnati Lunken and Cleveland Burke Lakefront.

Flights will be operated with a Do328-300 twinjet by parent Ultimate Jetcharters (UE, Akron/Canton).

All other routes normally operated by Ultimate Air Shuttle have been suspended since March 16 and will remain on hold for the time being. The carrier also served Nashville Int'l, Charlotte Int'l, Atlanta Dekalb-Peachtree, and Chicago Midway before the pandemic.

Besides occasional ad-hoc charters, Ultimate Jetcharters has also resumed scheduled operations on behalf of North Country Sky (4P, Manistee). One of its Do328-300s, N407FJ (msn 3157), has been plying the Chicago Midway-Manistee route since June 22, 2020, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows.

Ultimate Air Shuttle, a virtual subsidiary devoted to the operation of scheduled flights, does not have any in-house aircraft, while its parent operates a total of nine Do328-300s and one E135.