Southwest to Add 6 Non-Stop Routes with Flights to St. Louis, Nashville, Buffalo, Houston, and Baltimore

By Anna Breuer on 15 March 2019
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Southwest Airlines announced plans to add new non-stop service between multiple city pairs including St. Louis and Salt Lake City, Nashville and Buffalo, Houston and Amarillo, and Dallas and Cleveland.

The Dallas-based airline is also restarting service between Baltimore/Washington and Newark, which was last served in March 2013.

Three new routes will start on October 5: weekend service between Nashville and Buffalo; Sunday service between Houston (Hobby) and Amarillo; and Sunday service between Dallas Love Field and Cleveland.

Weekend service between St. Louis and Salt Lake City will start on August 10, 2019, and the airline will convert this to daily non-stop service on October 2. Southwest will also be restarting the Baltimore/Washington-Newark route on that date, with twice-daily non-stop service.

The airline’s vice president of network planning, Adam Decaire, said the new routes are the result of how it constantly reviews its service and identifies new opportunities for non-stop service.

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