INDIANAPOLIS -- Alaska Airlines is ending its nonstop service from Indianapolis to San Francisco less than a year after it began.
A spokesperson for Alaska Airlines says the demand has been lower than expected for the nonstop flights to San Francisco and the aircraft they are using for the service are needed on other routes that are more traveled.
The service began in September of last year.
Alaska Airlines will end its nonstop San Francisco flights on October 1, although they plan to continue providing nonstop flights between Indianapolis and Seattle.
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