Southwest Airlines to Add New Routes from Atlanta, Denver, Long Beach

By Kurt Stolz on 29 May 2020
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Southwest Airlines announced the addition of multiple new routes with the publication of its flight schedule through early January.

“Never before has Southwest been more primed to emerge as the preferred choice of corporate travel as the business climate across America begins its recovery,” said Andrew Watterson, the airline’s chief commercial officer.

On November 1, the airline will add non-stop service linking Long Beach with Phoenix three times a day and with Austin on a daily basis, as well as non-stop service between Ontario, California, and Houston Hobby Airport, although the latter will not operate on Saturdays.

On December 17, Southwest will introduce daily non-stop service linking Denver with Birmingham, Little Rock, and Wichita, as well as between Phoenix and Memphis.  It will also add thrice-daily non-stop service connecting Atlanta with Louisville, Oklahoma City, and Omaha.  The Louisville service was previously offered in 2014.

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