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In 2014, Southwest Airlines will have a presence in 6 countries

Published: 28/01/2014 - Filed under: Home » News »

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Leveraging Air Tran acquisition, Caribbean destinations are first for Southwest Airlines. 

"Beginning July 1, 2014, Bags Fly Free® beyond U.S. borders to Aruba, The Bahamas, and Jamaica," announced Gary Kelly, Southwest Airlines Chairman, President & CEO, to Employees and media. "As our Customers seamlessly click through southwest.com to make these historic bookings today, our People celebrate the final lap in the journey to make possible our international future."

Beginning July 1, 2014, Southwest Airlines will operate daily, nonstop flights between:

  • Atlanta and Aruba, and Montego Bay
  • Baltimore/Washington and Aruba, Nassau, and (twice daily) Montego Bay
  • Orlando and (Saturday only) Aruba, and Montego Bay

Kelly also stated, "Today's milestone enables us to reach new territory, new Customers, and build upon a four decade foundation of doing right by the travelers who trust our value and our People."

By the end of the year Southwest Airlines plans will have a network of 96 destinations in six countries. 

By Elizabeth Atkinson 

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