Southwest Airlines will discontinue three of its short-distance flight routes in November.
Nonstop service will end Nov. 4 between Chicago and Indianapolis; Birmingham, Ala., and Nashville, Tenn.; and Fort Meyers, Fla., and Orlando, Fla., a Southwest spokesperson confirmed.
The spokesperson wouldn’t say why flight service on those routes will be discontinued.
However, Southwest also will open flight service in new cities starting Nov. 4. The airline will provide two daily nonstop flights between Dallas and Harlingen, Texas; and Houston and Indianapolis and one daily nonstop flight between Denver and Louisville, Ky.; Houston and Orange County, Calif.; and Kansas City, Mo., and New Orleans.