Frontier Airlines is planning to eliminate eight of its 21 daily departures from Kansas City in April.
From April 16, the carrier will no longer serve the nonstop flight to Milwaukee, which currently includes three departures a day or Houston, once daily.
Other three destinies nonstop service will end in mid-April: Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
Frontier will continue with 13 daily flights that provide nonstop service to Denver, Boston, Washington DC, New York, Las Vegas, Austin, Texas and Fort Meyes and Orlando in Florida.
On Monday the Frontier spokeswoman, Lindsay Carpenter described this changes as “another step in our continued effort to ensure that Frontier is a competitive and sustainably profitable airline.”