Southwest Airlines Adds New Nonstop Service From Austin, San Antonio and Syracuse
Southwest Airlines in launching new nonstop service between Austin and Tulsa, as well as from San Antonio to Oklahoma City and between Syracuse, New York, and Tampa from April 25, 2022.
On Wednesday (December 8, 2021), Southwest Airlines announced the addition of new daily service between Austin and Tulsa, as well as four weekly flights from San Antonio to Oklahoma City, and Saturday service between Syracuse, New York and Tampa, Florida from April 25, 2022. On the same date, the carrier will resume service daily service between San Antonio and Los Angeles (LAX), twice-weekly service between Dallas (Love Field) and Louisville, two weekly flights between Houston (Hobby) and Milwaukee, and four weekly flights between Nashville and San Jose, California.
Starting April 30, 2022, Southwest will also resume Saturday service from Dallas (Love Field) to Myrtle Beach and Norfolk, as well as from Kansas City, Missouri to Myrtle Beach, S.C., Pensacola and Destin/Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Additionally, the carrier will resume Saturday service between Nashville and Seattle, and from Pittsburgh to Myrtle Beach. Southwest also plans to resume daily service between Fort Lauderdale and Havana, Cuba from February 17, 2022, complementing existing daily service between Tampa and Havana which resumed on December 5, 2021.
Celebrating their 50th year of service, Dallas-based Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) has distinguished itself by offering exemplary customer service delivered by over 56,000 team members. Southwest offers a robust point-to-point network with a strong presence across leisure and business markets. In 2019, the carrier served 130 million passengers. During peak travel seasons, the airline operates more than 4,000 daily departures to 101 destinations across the U.S. and 10 additional countries. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, based on the number of originating passengers boarded, Southwest has been the largest U.S. domestic carrier since 2003.
Source: Southwest Airlines