OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City will be getting nonstop service to Cleveland starting September 30th.
Continental Express will make two nonstop flights each day to and from Cleveland using 50-seat regional jets.
Houston-based Continental says the addition will give the Oklahoma City airport eleven new nonstop flights since last September.
Continental's Cleveland hub offers 240 daily departures to more than 80 destinations.
Meanwhile, Fort Worth-based American Airlines says it will replace its 44-seat regional jets at Lawton-Fort Sill Airport with smaller jets.
American spokeswoman Andrea Huguely says the larger jets are needed elsewhere and will be replaced with 34-seat planes.