Southwest Airlines Begins New Routes from Three Cities

By Jesse Sokolow on 4 November 2013
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Southwest Aircraft parked in Seattle

A Southwest aircraft on the runway in Seattle

Southwest Airlines announced the launch of new service from Pensacola, Florida; Richmond, Virginia; and Memphis, Tennessee.  The new routes were previously operated by wholly owned subsidiary AirTran Airways.

Southwest now offers service between Pensacola and both Nashville and Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport, as well as service between Richmond and Orlando.

The airline’s service from Memphis is to Baltimore, Houston-Hobby Airport, Orlando, Chicago’s Midway International Airport, and Tampa Bay.

Earlier this year, Southwest Airlines began service between Houston-Hobby and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Washington, D.C.

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