Indianapolis International Airport is losing a nonstop flight to San Francisco. Alaska Airlines has informed airport officials that September 30 will be the last day of service for its nonstop route from Indy to San Francisco.

Indianapolis will still have three daily nonstops to the tech-rich Bay Area: two from United Airlines to San Francisco and one from Southwest Airlines into Oakland.

Officials say Alaska Airlines, which still offers nonstop service from Indy to Seattle, remains committed to Indianapolis. Even with Alaska Airlines dropping the route, Indianapolis International Airport remains at am all-time high for nonstop flights.