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SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — One of three daily flights to and from Santa Fe and Dallas/Fort Worth is being cut by regional airline American Eagle.
Santa Fe airport manager Jim Montman calls the change a seasonal adjustment.
The airline is cutting the early morning flight from Santa Fe to Dallas, and the late flight from Dallas to Santa Fe. Montman says that will make it harder for business travelers who rely on those flight times.
The change takes effect on Aug. 23 and the third flight is expected to return to the schedule on April 5.
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