St. Louis Public Radio News
1:13 pm
Wed January 8, 2003

Southwest Cuts Flights From Lambert Airport

St. Louis, MO – Southwest Airlines is cutting its schedule at St. Louis Lambert Airport.

As of April 7th, the airline will offer one fewer daily nonstop flight to Chicago, Cleveland, Houston, Kansas City, and Tulsa, Ok. There will be two fewer nonstop flights to Detroit.

Southwest cites low demand for as the reason for the move, and adds the company would consider reinstating the flights if future demand warrants.

In the meantime, Southwest notes customers will have adequate nonstop flights to the cities where it is scaling back service, as well as direct or connecting service.