Fly Southwest to Nashville for a Song

Southwest`s latest sale is music to the traveler`s ear, with fares to
Nashville ranging from $39 to $99 one-way available only on

“This medley of low, internet-only fares to Nashville will hit a high note
with our Customers heading to the capital of country music,” said Joyce
Rogge, Southwest`s senior vice president of marketing. “A few of the tunes
include $61 one-way from Chicago Midway, $52 one-way from Kansas City, and
$69 one-way from Baltimore/Washington.”

The fares are on sale today through Dec. 18, 2003, for travel Jan. 5,
2004, through Feb. 29, 2004. Fares can be purchased one-way and can be
combined with other fares. When combining fares, the most restrictive
conditions apply. Tickets must be purchased within one day of making
reservations. Fares do not include a federal segment tax of $3 per takeoff
and landing. Fares do not include airport-assessed passenger facility
charges of up to $9 one-way or federal September 11th Security Fees of up
to $5 one- way per person. Tickets are nonrefundable but may be applied
toward the purchase of future travel on Southwest Airlines without the
penalty of a change fee. Seats are limited and may not be available on
some flights that operate during peak or holiday travel times. Fares are
subject to change until ticketed, and any change in itinerary could result
in an increase in the fare. Fares are valid on published, scheduled
service only. Fares are not available through the Group Desk and are not
necessarily common rated in Houston, the Bay Area, or the LA Basin.

Customers who book their travel via the Internet can subscribe to
Southwest`s Click `n Save e-mail updates. The weekly updates deliver the
airline`s latest fare sale information right to the Customer`s e-mail “in”
box. For more information, visit .
Southwest Airlines editorial, based on news release distributed by PR Newswire