Southwest Adding Flights To Mexico
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – You are now free to move outside the country. Southwest Airlines is adding additional international fares to new destinations in Mexico, starting mid August.
Southwest will begin offering flights to Cancun and Los Cabos, Mexico on August 10. The airline will also begin flying to Nassau, Bahamas. Sale fares are available online through March 13. The new international destinations are non-stop daily flights departing from Atlanta, and Baltimore/Washington (Cancun) and Santa Ana/Orange County (Los Cabos). Saturday only flights are available from Atlanta (Nassau) and Milwaukee (Cancun). In October, daily roundtrip service to Cancun from Denver will begin as well as Saturday service from Denver to Los Cabos.
Southwest’s new international service for now will continue to be operated on Air Tran, which merged with Southwest.
In January, Southwest announced its first round on international flights including nonstop service from Atlanta to Aruba and Montego Bay, Jamaica; Baltimore to Aruba, Nassau in the Bahamas, and Montego Bay (twice daily), and Orlando to Aruba and Montego Bay.
Introductory discounted fares are being offered through the end of October at Southwest.com:
— Atlanta, Georgia, to Nassau, Bahamas for as low as $127 one-way
— Baltimore/Washington, Maryland, to Nassau, Bahamas for as low as $126 one-way
— Denver, Colo., to San Jose del Cabo/Los Cabos, Mexico for as low as $192 one-way
— Orlando, Fla., to Montego Bay, Jamaica for as low as $148 one-way
— Milwaukee, Wisc., to Cancun, Mexico for $214 one-way
— Santa Ana/Orange County, Calif., and San Jose del Cabo/Los Cabos, Mexico for $143 one-way
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