Southwest Airlines adds Syracuse, international routes to service map

Southwest Airlines serves another new city: Syracuse, New York.

Southwest usually adds a city or two each year, but new ones have already been added this year more than a dozen, including Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and Eugene, Oregon.

Flights to and from Syracuse Hancock International begin November 14th.

“Our newest destination in the Finger Lakes Region in New York State not only gives New Yorkers easier access to our growing network, but also brings the offerings of New York upstate to our existing customers, “said Andrew Watterson, chief commercial officer and executive vice president of Southwest.

Syracuse marks the 121. Airport served by Southwest, which carries more domestic passengers than any other US airline.

►Southwest Airlines adds three more cities:Myrtle Beach, Eugene, Bellingham

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Southwest adds new international routes

Southwest is also adding several new international routes to the cities it already serves.

Beginning November 13, the airline will begin international flights to Kansas City, Missouri, with seasonal flights to Cancun. Southwest will also offer seasonal non-stop service between Cancun and Chicago O’Hare International Airport starting November 7th.

The airline plans to resume flights to all of its previously served international destinations by November 7, including Montego Bay, Jamaica and Belize City, Belize.

►Southwest is growing again in Hawaii:New flights on tap from Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix

Here in the US, Southwest recently announced that it will resume Service to Jackson, Mississippi.

Bookings for all of the airline’s destinations were open until January 5, 2022.


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