Frontier Airlines is canceling some of its flights at the Colorado Springs airport.
A Frontier spokeswoman tells 11 News the company is discontinuing its three daily flights between Colorado Springs and Denver. The flights will stop after March 2.
The airline is also canceling its services between Colorado Springs and Orlando, Fl, and Colorado Springs and San Diego by the end of February.
Services between the Springs and Phoenix and the Springs and Los Angeles will stay in place.
Frontier says the reason they're getting rid of some flights is because they are reducing the number of their smaller regional jets in their fleet.
Customers who had flights booked with connections from the Springs to Denver will be contacted by a reservation agent to reschedule their flights.
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