Posted on: 05 May 2011 by Ross McSweeny
Southwest Airlines has more than doubled the number of markets able to connect to Mexico with its partner Volaris, through both Chicago Midway and Las Vegas.
There are now 26 cities where Southwest operates, which can connect to Volaris flights between Chicago Midway and Guadalajara, Mexico. The new markets include New York LaGuardia, Boston Logan, Detroit Metro, Newark Liberty, Baltimore-Washington, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis-St Paul, Nashville, Indianapolis, Lambert-St Louis, and Louisville.
In addition, more than 20 Southwest cities, primarily across the southwest and west of the USA, now connect to Volaris flights between Las Vegas-McCarran and Guadalajara. These new cities include Austin, Houston Hobby, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, San Antonio, and San Diego, creating new connections to Cancun and Mexico City via Guadalajara.