Southwest Adds Flights from New York, San Diego, and Portland

By Jesse Sokolow on 16 December 2013
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A Southwest plane landing in Los Angeles

A Southwest plane landing in Los Angeles

Southwest Airlines announced on Monday that it will increase service between New York and multiple destinations in the U.S. next year and add new flights from San Diego starting next year.

The new routes will link New York’s LaGuardia Airport with Nashville, Houston Hobby, Chicago Midway, and Akron-Canton, Ohio, starting May 11, 2014.  The increase in flights from LaGuardia is due to the recent slot reallocation at LaGuardia.

The airline also announced new nonstop service between San Diego and Orlando, New Orleans, Seattle/Tacoma, and Portland, Oregon.  In addition, Southwest will also offer two daily nonstop flights from Portland to San Diego, as well as one daily flight to Baltimore-Washington International, Chicago Midway, and Houston Hobby.

Southwest is also beginning new nonstop service between Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Milwaukee, and Pittsburgh.

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