Airlines that serve Wichita’s Eisenhower National Airport are cutting back on flights because of the drop in air travel.
Airport officials said Wednesday that domestic passenger traffic has dropped 90 percent from a year ago. April capacity at the airport is expected to drop 30 percent from last month, as airlines trim 298 flights.
American, Delta, Southwest, United, Frontier and Allegiant are either reducing or eliminating flights over the next two months. Southwest is cutting some flights through June.