Southwest Adds New Nonstop Flights
Southwest Airlines has added new nonstop routes around the country. Bookings are now available through November 2, 2019, and travelers can begin booking routes that link key cities.
“Our Network Planning Team constantly reviews our service to address the needs of more than 130 million annual Customers who want nonstop service to places and at times that work for them,” said Adam Decaire, Southwest’s vice president of network planning.
“We are always looking for opportunities to add new nonstop service for our customers and connect them to the People and places that are important in their lives.”
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Starting August 10, 2019, Southwest will fly nonstop flights between St. Louis and Salt Lake City. On October 2, 2109, the route will be offered daily.
Southwest will also once again offer nonstop flights between Baltimore/Washington and Newark on October 2, 2019. The airline will operate twice-daily nonstop service between the two cities.
New weekend service will also be available between Nashville and Buffalo, N.Y., starting on October 5, 2019. At the same time, travelers will be able to take advantage of Sunday-only service between Houston (Hobby) and Amarillo and Sunday-only service between Dallas Love Field and Cleveland.
These flights, as well as the carrier’s more than 4,000 daily flights, are now available at Southwest.com.
It has been a busy month for Southwest, which also just recently added flights to Hawaii. The much-anticipated routes will begin on March 17, 2019.