Southwest Makes Getting There a Little Easier

Southwest Airlines will
introduce two daily nonstop flights between Baltimore/Washington and
Columbus, Ohio on Oct. 31, 2004. The airline also will add one daily
nonstop flight between Orlando and Manchester, and one daily nonstop
flight between Orlando and Albany on Nov. 29, 2004. To take advantage of
this new Southwest service, visit
http://www.southwest.com/jp/luvhome.shtml?src=PR_newservice_NS_072904 . “Southwest Airlines is excited about our continued growth,” said Joyce
Rogge, Southwest’s senior vice president of marketing. “These new flights
are evidence of our commitment to adding service across our system as
demand increases.”

Beginning Oct. 31, 2004: * Two additional daily nonstop flights between
Baltimore/Washington and Columbus (for a total of five daily) Beginning
Nov. 29, 2004: * One additional daily nonstop flight between Orlando and
Manchester (for a total of four daily) * One additional daily nonstop
flight between Orlando and Albany (for a total of three daily)

As previously announced, Southwest Airlines will begin additional
Philadelphia service Oct. 31, 2004, bringing Southwest Airlines’
operations to a total of 41 daily nonstop flights from Philadelphia. New
Southwest Airlines nonstop destinations from Philadelphia include
Hartford/Springfield (five daily nonstop roundtrip flights), Jacksonville
(one daily nonstop roundtrip flight), and Oakland (one daily nonstop
roundtrip flight). Enhanced Southwest service includes two additional
daily nonstop flights between Philadelphia and Orlando, as well as one
additional daily nonstop flight between Philadelphia and each of the
following cities: Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Chicago/Midway, and
Manchester. For artwork depicting all daily nonstop Southwest Airlines
flights from Philadelphia, see
http://www.southwest.com/travel_center/routemap_dyn.html .
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