(CNN) - President hopeful Mike Huckabee will no longer be providing a press plane for the traveling press covering his campaign.
Huckabee's press secretary Alice Stewart tells CNN that "flying around with a bunch of empty seats was no longer practical." The campaign has provided a plane for the media and staff since Huckabee's win in Iowa in early January, though reporters pay their own way.
Monday's press plane from Little Rock to Atlanta was mostly empty with fewer than a dozen media members on board, and the flight from Orlando, where Huckabee is campaigning, back to Atlanta will be the last one.
Stewart did not rule out adding a press plane again, if the situation called for it, and said that the campaign is "regrouping" after several consecutive losses as it prepares for Florida's primary.
–CNN Political Producer Eric Fiegel