Two nonstop flight routes canceled ahead of Summer travel season

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As the Summer vacation season begins, travelers can expect to see some changes at Indianapolis International Airport.

According to our partners at the Indianapolis Business Journal, travelers are losing two nonstop flight destinations, but gaining another one. This will bring the total to 32 nonstop destinations between Memorial Day and Labor Day. That is down one from last summer.

The nonstop flights lost are Vision Airlines service to Myrtle Beach. They are no longer flying to the Midwest.

In November, Southwest stopped flying from Indianapolis to Chicago. Southwest is now offering a nonstop flight to Houston, though.

Not included in the total are American Airlines’ nonstop flights to Los Angeles, which starts at the end of August.

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