/ Southwest Airlines extends schedule through January 5, 2022, while adding more domestic destinations than ever before and offering new nonstop service to international destinations from the Midwest

New destination: Syracuse, New York service begins on November 14, 2021

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June 11 – Southwest Airlines Co., celebrating the 50th Anniversary of its first flights this month, has extended its bookable flight schedule through January 5, 2022, adding the carrier’s 18th new airport since early 2020. The carrier announced today service to Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR) in New York, will begin November 14, 2021. Syracuse will become the 121st airport for Southwest®. The carrier also published new flights today that resume service to all previously served international destinations.

 

Southwest service in Syracuse, New York begins November 14, 2021

Southwest continues to grow across North America with service to its sixth destination in New York: Syracuse, beginning November 14, 2021. Southwest initially will offer up to three daily flights each way between Syracuse and Baltimore/Washington (BWI), allowing travelers to reach more than 50 destinations across the Southwest network on same-plane or connecting service. Syracuse flights are available for purchase now at Southwest.com®:

 

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*The number of seats, days, and markets for these fares are limited; blackout dates apply. Book from June 10, 2021, through June. 11, 2021. See a full list of fares, fare rules, and terms and conditions below and at Southwest.com.

 

Southwest additionally will offer nonstop service on select Saturdays during peak fall and winter holiday periods between Syracuse and Orlando.

 

Southwest to begin service from Bellingham, Wash. November 7, 2021

On November 7, 2021, Southwest also will begin service to Northwest Washington with new service twice daily between Bellingham, Wash. and Oakland and once daily between Bellingham, Wash. and Las Vegas. With this service pattern, Customers traveling from nearly 40 airports across the Southwest network will be able to land closer to southern British Columbia, Canada. Bellingham service is available for purchase now at Southwest.com:

 

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*The number of seats, days, and markets for these fares are limited; blackout dates apply. Book from June 10, 2021, through June 11, 2021. See a full list of fares, fare rules, and terms and conditions below and at Southwest.com.

 

Returning to international destinations, plus new Cancun service for Chicago (O’Hare) and Kansas City

With demand for beach and leisure destinations continuing to increase, Southwest intends to resume service to all of its previously served international destinations by November 7, 2021.

 

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*All international destinations served prior to April 2020 will resume operations by November 7, 2021. Not all routes previously offered will be available. The number of seats, days, and markets for these fares are limited; blackout dates apply. Book from June 10, 2021, through June 11, 2021. See a full list of fares, fare rules, and terms and conditions below and at Southwest.com.
**Service to Grand Cayman resumes October 7, 2021, subject to border reopening.

 

For a list of the carrier’s international destinations as well as service resumption dates, visit Southwest.com/international.

 

New Nonstop Flights to Cancun

Southwest will serve Cancun nonstop from 17 airports in the U.S. as winter 2021/2022 begins. Starting November 7, the airline will offer new, seasonal, daily service between Chicago (O’Hare) and Cancun, complementing the carrier’s daily Cancun service from Chicago Midway Airport.

 

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*The number of seats, days, and markets for these fares are limited; blackout dates apply. Book from June 10, 2021, through June 11, 2021. See a full list of fares, fare rules, and terms and conditions below and at Southwest.com.

 

On November 13, Southwest will bring its first-ever international service to Kansas City with seasonal service on Saturdays between Kansas City and Cancun.

 

Escape to the Caribbean and Central America

Southwest continues responding to growing Customer demand for more access to beaches. Beginning November 13, 2021, Southwest intends to launch seasonal service on Saturdays between Denver and Liberia, Costa Rica. The same day, the airline will begin Saturday-only service between both St. Louis and Buffalo/Niagara Falls and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

 

More Heart for Hawaii

As Southwest begins previously announced service this month to Hawaii from Los Angeles (LAX), Las Vegas, and Phoenix, the carrier is also adding new service between Sacramento and Kona on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, starting December 19, 2021.

 

New nonstop flights throughout the United States

With the popularity of Southwest’s newest destinations increasing, the carrier is expanding its flight offerings with more nonstop flights linking to some of the most popular spots on its route map.

 

Effective October 7, 2021, Southwest will add daily nonstop service between

• Sacramento and Palm Springs, Calif.

 

Effective November 7, 2021, Southwest will add nonstop service between:

• Washington, D.C. (Reagan National) and Sarasota, Fla. (Daily)
• New York (LaGuardia) and Sarasota, Fla. (Sundays through Fridays)
• Dallas (Love Field) and Palm Springs, Calif. (Weekly on Sundays, plus peak travel days)

 

For a list of all the new routes, as well as service returning for the winter holidays, please visit Southwest’s newsroom. To read Southwest Airlines sale fare rules, please visit swamedia.com.

 

 


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