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Southwest Airlines Offers New Nonstop Service from Dallas Love Field

Airline now has 166 daily flights at Dallas Love Field

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    Southwest Airlines Offers New Nonstop Service from Dallas Love Field
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    Southwest Airlines is opening up more nonstop flights from Dallas Love Field to destinations beyond Texas.

    Starting April 8, SWA will fly between Dallas Love Field and the following destinations.

    • Charleston* with one-way travel as low as $89 (begins April 11 on Saturdays)
    • Columbus with one-way travel as low as $69
    • Indianapolis with one-way travel as low as $69
    • Memphis with one-way travel as low as $49
    • Milwaukee with one-way travel as low as $69
    • Panama City Beach with one-way travel as low as $69 (begins April 8, daily, seasonal)
    • Portland, Ore. with one-way travel as low as $99
    • Sacramento with one-way travel as low as $99
    • San Jose, CA. with one-way travel as low as $99
    • Seattle/Tacoma with one-way travel as low as $99

    With the new flights, Southwest now has 166 daily flights at Love Field.

    Fares can be purchased though Feb. 15 at 11:59 p.m. in the respective time zone of the originating city (one-way fares good for travel between April 8 and June 3, 2015).

    "With these new flights, Southwest is offering more of the low-fare nonstop travel our Dallas customers want, at the times of day that makes the most sense to connect them to what's important in their lives," said Gary Kelly, Southwest's Chairman, President & CEO.

    Southwest also will increase the number of daily, nonstop departures between Santa Ana/Orange County and Dallas Love Field and Santa Ana/Orange County and San Jose del Cabo/Los Cabos, Mexico effective April 8 and plans to inaugurate daily service to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico on June 7, from Santa Ana/Orange County, subject to governmental approvals.