Southwest Airlines Extends Fall Fare Sale

DALLAS, Oct. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/—You say you need more time?
Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) says, “No problem!”  The airline is extending
its latest low fare offer.  You may now purchase tickets by November 7, 2002,
for travel through April 4, 2003 (original date was March 8).  The special
features fares ranging from $39 to $99 each way on off-peak days (Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Saturday) and from $44 to $129 each way on the busier peak days
(Sunday, Monday, Thursday, and Friday).

All fares are now on sale through November 7, 2002, for travel now through
April 4, 2003.  The fares require roundtrip purchase with an overnight stay
(any night).  Tickets must be purchased at least 14 days before departure and
within one day of making reservations.  Fares do not include a federal segment
tax of up to $3 per takeoff and landing.  Fares also do not include airport-
assessed passenger facility charges up to $18 roundtrip or government-imposed
September 11th Security fees of up to $10 roundtrip.

Tickets are nonrefundable but (except for tickets purchased through our
Group Tickets program) may be applied toward the purchase of future travel on
Southwest Airlines without a change fee.  Seats are limited and may not be
available on some flights that operate during peak or holiday travel times
such as Thanksgiving and the December holidays.  Blackout dates apply to all
Florida markets March 13 through April 4, 2003.  Fares are subject to change
until ticketed, and any change in itinerary could result in an increase in the
fare.  Fares are not necessarily common rated in Houston, the Bay Area or the
Los Angeles Basin area.  Orange County`s John Wayne Airport and Houston`s
Intercontinental Airport are not included in these sales.  The offers apply
only to published scheduled service.

Southwest Airlines Customers can save even more when booking online.
Simply visit or and watch for the Fare Savers
promotions to save up to an additional 10 percent off your next fare!

Southwest Airlines the fourth largest domestic carrier in terms of
Customers boarded, currently serves 58 cities in 30 states. Based in Dallas,
Southwest currently operates more than 2,800 flights a day.