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Southwest Airlines announced a few new routes across the U.S. as well as bringing back some other seasonal nonstop flights.
New Daily Nonstop Routes Take Off
Effective Aug. 10, 2019, Southwest will add weekend service between St. Louis and Salt Lake City. On Oct. 2, 2019, this route will be offered with daily service between the two cities along with implementing twice-daily nonstop service between Baltimore/Washington and Newark.
With twice-daily service, this market returns after a few years of hiatus. Not only does this market connect Baltimore to the New York City/New Jersey area, but it also provides additional network access to the Big Apple for our Customers connecting in Baltimore from all over the country.
*Southwest previously served this route in March 2013.
New routes available on weekend days
Effective Oct. 5, 2019, the carrier will add weekend service between Nashville and Buffalo, N.Y.; Sunday-only service between Houston(Hobby) and Amarillo; and Sunday-only service between Dallas Love Field and Cleveland.
In addition to October, Southwest will be releasing their May-June schedule revision, which includes additional trips in existing markets as well as a new seasonal market. Effective May 5 to June 7, Southwest will seasonally operate Nashville to Sacramento Sunday-Friday (no Saturday service).
Also check out other recent Southwest Airlines route announcements:
- Southwest Airlines New Nonstop Routes and Returning Seasonal Service
- Southwest Airlines Announces New Routes from Nashville and More
- Southwest Airlines Launches Several New Routes
- Southwest Airlines Expands at NYC LaGuardia (LGA) and Reagan (DCA) and More
- Southwest Airlines Expands at Dallas Love Field (DAL) and Exciting Route News
- Southwest Airlines Hawaii Update; Plans to Sell Flights Soon
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