More new flights on Southwest Airlines

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Southwest Airlines Co. is beginning to operate several new routes just in time for the holiday season.

Southwest continues complementing its robust service for California travelers by strengthening its commitment to San Jose, California. By the end of this month, the carrier will offer up to 98 departures a day to more than two dozen destinations across the United States and Mexico.

To reach that milestone, the carrier began service today between:

San Jose, Calif. and Tucson, Ariz. (nonstop itineraries are available Sundays-Fridays)

Starting Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, the carrier will increase the number of weekday flights between:

San Jose, Calif. and Portland, Ore. (eight roundtrips on weekdays, an increase of two flights each weekday)
San Jose, Calif. and Orange County/Santa Ana (11 roundtrips on weekdays, an increase of one flight each weekday)

Burbank’s New Flights Take Off
Today, the carrier also added nonstop service between:

Burbank and Houston (Hobby) (nonstop itineraries are available Sundays-Fridays)
Burbank and Chicago (Midway) (nonstop itineraries are available Sundays-Fridays)

Growing In the Nation’s Capital
Southwest is growing its presence at Washington, D.C.’s Reagan National airport with more service. The carrier began nonstop service today between Oklahoma City and Washington, D.C. (Reagan National).

More weekday service begins Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, with one additional roundtrip flight between:

Washington, D.C. (Reagan National) and Nashville (an increase to four weekday roundtrip flights)
Washington, D.C.
(Reagan National) and Dallas (an increase to five weekday roundtrip flights)

Nonstop Between the Big Easy and the Big Apple
Beginning today, Southwest began operating daily flights between New York (LaGuardia) and New Orleans.

On Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, the carrier will add one additional frequency on routes it currently serves between:

New York (LaGuardia) and Dallas Love Field (an increase to five weekday roundtrip flights)
New York (LaGuardia) and Denver (an increase to three weekday roundtrip flights)
New York (LaGuardia) and Kansas City, Mo. (an increase to two weekday roundtrip flights)

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