BOSTON (WHDH) - There will soon be three fewer cities that Southwest Airlines customers can fly to from Boston’s Logan International Airport.
Nonstop service from Boston to Kansas City, Milwaukee, and Atlanta will come to an end on Jan. 6, according to the airline.
Southwest is eliminating nearly 20 routes in total across the country.
In a statement, Southwest spokesman Dan Landson said, “We are always evaluating our service patterns and performance to ensure that we are offering the right number of seats for the community based on demand from travelers.”
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