Posted on: 30 June 2015 by Ross McSweeny
Southwest Airlines has announced services on a series of routes, adding to its early 2016 flight schedule by extending it from 6 January until 8 March 2016.
Beginning 6 January, Southwest Airlines will fly nonstop thee times daily between Burbank and San Francisco, once daily between Sacramento and Boise, twice daily between Indianapolis and Chicago Midway and also twice daily between Little Rock and St Louis.
The schedule extension also brings new seasonal nonstop service, including once-daily flights connecting Phoenix with Fort Lauderdale, and Grand Rapids with Tampa Bay.
For the first time, the carrier will offer new daily seasonal service between Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) in Fort Myers and Nashville, as well as a new Saturday-only seasonal service between RSW and four cities – Buffalo, Dallas Love Field, Providence and Washington Reagan National. Daily seasonal nonstop service between Grand Rapids and Fort Myers also returns.
Southwest is offering seasonal Saturday-only nonstop service connecting Orlando with Omaha, Detroit and Orlando, as well as linking Fort Lauderdale with Minneapolis/St Paul.