Southwest expands to international locations: Caribbean, Mexico, Jamaica 7-1-14

Posted: July 3, 2014 in Uncategorized

Southwest Airlines LUV 0.87% is going international for the first time ever Tuesday in its signature red, blue and orange Boeing 737 planes.The Dallas, Tex.-based airline will now fly outside of the United States to tropical destinations already served by subsidiary Airtran, which Southwest acquired in 2011, in part to gain access beyond the border.The first international flight will head to Aruba from Baltimore/Washington International Airport BWI. Five more flights will follow Tuesday: BWI-Montego Bay, Jamaica, Atlanta-Aruba, Atlanta-Montego Bay, Baltimore-Nassau, Bahamas and Orlando-Montego Bay

via Southwest expands to international locations: Caribbean, Mexico, Jamaica.

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