Southwest Airlines Heads To Aruba, Bahamas & Beyond

Southwest Airlines is growing every year, becoming an even more popular airline. Now they have expanded their flight range with new international destinations. Starting July 1st, travelers will be able to fly Southwest to Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas.

“To make that shift in strategy has taken a huge effort,” said Gary Kelly, Southwest’s president and CEO. But, he added, as a leading domestic carrier, it was time “that we think about stepping out.”

Southwest will have daily, non-stop flights between Atlanta and Aruba and Montego Bay in Jamaica, as well as between Baltimore and Aruba, and Nassau in the Bahamas. There will be twice a day flights between Baltimore and Montego Bay, and on Saturdays only between Orlando and Aruba and Montego Bay.

Southwest began building its first international terminal, at Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport, in September.

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