Southwest Airlines Adds Sparkling Wine Onboard Flights

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Southwest Airlines has launched champagne sparkling wine onboard their flights. Southwest added some new beverage offerings lately including Margaritas, so things are headed in the right direction by offering another new beverage choice.

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Here are the details:

  • Beginning Saturday, February 11, our Customers will have the option of purchasing St Roc Brut sparkling wine onboard our aircraft for $5 per bottle or one valid Southwest drink coupon.

Per Southwest Airlines,

 Southwest Airlines Co announced the addition of sparkling wine to the carrier’s onboard offerings, just in time for Valentine’s Day. In line with pricing for its current premium beverage assortment (spirits, beer, and wine), Customers 21 years or older may purchase sparkling wine for $5 with a credit card or valid Southwest® drink coupon.

“We’ve heard from many Customers who desire sparkling wine as a complement to our world famous Customer Service,” said Sonya Lacore, Southwest Airlines Vice President Inflight Operations. “We are pleased to add St Roc sparkling wine to the variety of options our Customers may now enjoy onboard.” 

In addition to beer, wine, and liquor, Southwest Airlines offers complimentary non-alcoholic refreshments such as soft drinks, juices, water, and coffee onboard all flights, along with peanuts and pretzels. Additionally, complimentary snack assortments are offered on longer-haul flights. 

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  1. I’d still like to be able to get something as simple as a salad or a turkey sandwich on a SW flight. They don’t have to creative, just provide one food purchase item that can be considered a small meal

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