Just 280 people traveled through Des Moines International Airport on Monday, as passenger counts show a 90% decrease from last year, an airport official told the Business Record. April’s flight schedule from Des Moines reflects a decrease of 393 flights compared with what was loaded in the system as of March 14, said Kayla Kovarna, communications, marketing and air service development manager for the airport. “Those cancelled flights represent 30,869 seats impacting travel to 10 cities,” she said in an email. “Currently, all six airlines remain operational at DSM with nonstop service to various destinations. We encourage travelers to check with their airline on any questions related to booked trips.” DSM International anticipates additional cuts in scheduled service as travel demand continues to drop, she said. “The airport remains committed to the community; we are open to facilitate essential travel and necessary cargo operations,” Kovarna said.