New and Discontinued Southwest Routes

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Yesterday I posted that Southwest has extended their reservation system to allow bookings through March 6, 2015. While reading some posts on this, I saw from another blogger Mommy Points that there is a PDF document available of all the new and discontinued flights starting January 6, 2015. Now that the Write Amendment expires in October you’ll start to see many more flights out of Dallas.

Fortunately there are many more new then discontinued flight routes!

Discontinued routes:

  • Atlanta-Nassau, Bahamas
  • Albuquerque-Portland, OR
  • Albany-Las Vegas
  • Baltimore-Ft. Walton Beach
  • Kansas City-Oakland
  • Phoenix-Raleigh/Durham

New routes:

  • Baltimore-Oakland (1x daily; Seasonal)
  • Buffal-Ft. Myers (1x Saturday only; Seasonal)
  • Chicago/Midway-Reno/Tahoe (1x Saturday only; Seasonal)
  • Dallas/Love Field-Oakland (1x daily) 
  • Dallas/Love Field-San Francisco (1x daily)
  • Flint-Ft. Myers (1x Saturday only; Seasonal)
  • Ft. Lauderdale-Phoenix (1x daily; Seasonal)
  • Grand Rapids-Ft. Myers (1x daily; Seasonal)
  • Grand Rapids-Tampa Bay (1x daily; Seasonal)
  • Milwaukee-New Orleans (1x Saturday only; Seasonal)
  • Milwaukee-Punta Cana, DR (1x Saturday only; Effective Saturday January 24 – April 11, 2015)
  • Montego Bay-Milwaukee (1x Saturday only; Effective Saturday January 24 – April 11, 2015)
  • Nashville-Ft. Myers (1x daily; Seasonal)
  • Providence-Ft. Myers (1x Saturday only; Seasonal)

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