Southwest Airlines Co. has extended its flight schedule until August 4, 2024, providing new international service and expanding its network. Southwest.com allows you to buy flights.
An International Six Pack in Orlando
Southwest Airlines® is introducing numerous nonstop routes to foreign destinations to better serve its customers in central Florida. Southwest® will begin daily service (pending to necessary governmental permissions) between Orlando, Fla., and:
Mexico City, Cancun
Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman
Turks & Caicos Islands Providenciales
Dominican Republic, Punta Cana
Costa Rica, San José
These additional routes will supplement current service from Orlando to Aruba and Montego Bay, Jamaica. Beginning in June 2024, Cancun will be accessible by this route from the 17 U.S. markets served by Southwest.
From the San Fernando Valley to the United States
Southwest, already the major carrier serving Burbank, Calif., is expanding its footprint with daily nonstop service between Burbank and:
Idaho’s capital is Boise.
Missouri’s capital city is Kansas City.
The city of New Orleans
The city of San Antonio
Colorado Springs is on its way to the East Coast.
Southwest will begin daily continuous service between Colorado Springs, Colo., and Baltimore/Washington on June 4, 2024. Southwest’s new route provides extra network connection to the Northeast and Colorado Springs.
Service between Dallas and Nashville is seasonal.
Summer visitors can travel to colder climates with seasonal, Saturday-only service between:
Dallas (Love Field) and Buffalo/Niagara Falls, New York.
Fresno, Calif. and Dallas (Love Field).
Love Field in Dallas and Providence, R.I.
Spokane, Washington and Dallas (Love Field).
Southwest is starting seasonal, Saturday-only service from Music City to Bozeman, Mont., and seasonal, Saturday and Sunday service to Grand Rapids, Mich., as it prepares to establish its Nashville Flight Crew facility in 2024.
The Southwest Airlines Newsroom has a list of all new flights.