DALLAS – Southwest Airlines Co. extended its flight schedule through Aug. 4, 2024, bringing new international service and expansive growth throughout its network. Flights are available for booking at Southwest.com.
Orlando: An International Six Pack
To expand its central Florida route map to more Customers, Southwest Airlines is adding several nonstop routes to international destinations. Beginning June 4, 2024, Southwest® will launch daily service (subject to requisite governmental approvals) between Orlando, Fla., and:
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
San José, Costa Rica
These new routes complement existing service from Orlando to Aruba and Montego Bay, Jamaica. With this service, Cancun is accessible from 17 U.S. markets Southwest serves beginning in June 2024.
From the San Fernando Valley to the Nation
Already the largest carrier serving Burbank, Calif., Southwest is further growing its presence effective June 4, 2024, with daily nonstop service between Burbank and:
Kansas City, Mo.
Springing to the East Coast from Colorado Springs
Effective June 4, 2024, Southwest will offer Customers daily nonstop service between Colorado Springs, Colo., and Baltimore / Washington. With this new route, Southwest opens additional network access to the Northeast and Colorado Springs.
Seasonal Service from Dallas and Nashville
Summer travelers can embark on journeys to cooler climates with seasonal, Saturday-only service between:
Dallas (Love Field) and Buffalo/Niagara, N.Y.
Dallas (Love Field) and Fresno, Calif.
Dallas (Love Field) and Providence, R.I.
Dallas (Love Field) and Spokane, Wash.
As Southwest prepares to open its Nashville Flight Crew base in 2024, the carrier is launching seasonal, Saturday-only service from Music City to Bozeman, Mont., and seasonal, Saturday and Sunday service to Grand Rapids, Mich.
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