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Southwest Is Adding Destinations Including Mexico City

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Southwest is really doing a good job expanding their destinations around the country, as well as adding some international destinations.

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Here are the new destinations that Southwest announced yesterday:

Beginning October 13, 2014, the following cities will receive nonstop service from Dallas:

  • Baltimore – three roundtrips a day
  • Chicago Midway – five roundtrips a day, up to six after November 2
  • Denver – three roundtrips a day
  • Las Vegas – three roundtrips a day, up to four after November 2
  • Los Angeles – three roundtrips a day, up to four after November 2
  • Orlando – two roundtrips a day, up to three after November 2
  • Washington Reagan National – three roundtrips a day, up to six after November 2

Beginning November 2, 2014, the following cities will receive nonstop service from Dallas:

  • Atlanta – four roundtrips a day
  • Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood – two roundtrips a day
  • Nashville – two roundtrips a day
  • New York Laguardia – three roundtrips a day
  • Phoenix – four roundtrips a day
  • San Diego – two roundtrips a day
  • Santa Ana/Orange County – one roundtrip a day
  • Tampa Bay – two roundtrips a day

The following cities will receive nonstop service from Reagan National:

  • Chicago Midway – six roundtrips a day beginning August 10, going to nine flights a day September 30
  • Nashville –  three roundtrips a day beginning August 10
  • New Orleans – two roundtrips a day beginning August 10
  • Tampa – two roundtrips a day beginning September 30
  • Akron/Canton – one roundtrip a day beginning November 2
  • Indianapolis – one roundtrip a day beginning November 2

New international destinations beginning November 2:

  • Atlanta – Punta Cana
  • Austin – Cancun
  • Baltimore/Washington – Punta Cana
  • Chicago Midway – Cancun
  • Chicago Midway – Montego Bay
  • Chicago Midway – Punta Cana
  • San Antonio – Mexico City
  • Santa Ana/Orange County – Mexico City
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Fares already bookable to Mexico City but taxes are higher

In addition, Southwest has now opened up their schedule through January 4, 2015!

What do you think? Any of these new destinations sound exciting to you?

 

 

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Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

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