JetBlue is cutting flights from several Gulf Coast cities including New Orleans and Baton Rouge, according to the airline’s website.
JetBlue says that the cuts will be effective on Oct. 6.
The airline says it will be adding more flights to the New Orleans-area area as the region continues to experience heavy flooding and severe thunderstorms.
JetBus, which operates flights between New Orleans, Mobile, and Jacksonville, Florida, also is cutting service in the affected areas.
Jetbus is one of the most popular JetBlue flights between the U.S. and New York.
JetBuses will be able to resume service on Sept. 28.
The JetBlue website says that all flights originating in Louisiana, New Orleans (including New Orleans International Airport), and New Braunfels will be affected.
JetAirways and AirFrance also announced on Monday that they will be reducing their flights to New Orleans from their existing hubs in New York and Florida.
The airlines says that their travel plans will remain unaffected.
JetDelta said that it will also be reducing flights from New Orleans to Orlando, Florida.
JetJet, which serves the Dallas-Fort Worth area, also announced that its flights will be limited in the area.
JetUnited said that its service to and from New York will be reduced by half.