Want to save more in 2004? Southwest Airlines is offering Customers the
chance to do just that by booking on southwest.com. The airline is
offering savings for the New Year as low as $39 one-way for travel in
“Southwest Airlines knows that the holidays are stressful,” said Joyce
Rogge, Southwest`s senior vice president marketing. “These low fares
available on southwest.com can help Customers relax after the holidays by
escaping to their favorite destination.”
The fares range from $39 to $139 one-way and vary by destination and day
of travel. Fares range from $39 to $99 one-way on off-peak days (Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Saturday) and from $44 to $139 one-way on the busier peak
days (Sunday, Monday, Thursday, and Friday).
Examples of the great internet-only fares are: Off-Peak Fares—$39
one-way between Baltimore/Washington and Long Island/Islip and between
Kansas City and St. Louis.—$99 one-way between Las Vegas and Columbus,
Ohio and between Detroit Metro and Phoenix. Peak Fares—$44 one-way
between Dallas Love Field and Houston Hobby and between Tampa Bay and Ft.
Lauderdale/Hollywood.—$139 one-way fares between Baltimore/Washington
and Houston Hobby and between Kansas City and Los Angeles.
The internet-only fares are available for purchase Dec. 19, 2003, through
Jan. 19, 2004, and are valid for travel from Jan. 5, 2004, through the end
of the published schedule (currently May 8, 2004). Tickets must be
purchased at least 14 days before departure. Seats are limited and will
not be available on some flights that operate during very busy travel
times and holiday periods. Blackout dates apply to all Florida markets
March 18, 2004, through April 11, 2004. Fares do not include up to a $3
segment fee per takeoff and landing. Fares do not include airport-assessed
passenger facility charges of up to $9 one-way and 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. Fares are valid on published, scheduled service only. Fares may
be purchased one-way and may be combined with other fares. When combining
fares, the most restrictive conditions apply. Any change in itinerary
could result in an increase in fare. Fares are not available through the
Group Desk and are not necessarily common rated in Houston, the Bay Area,
or the LA Basin. Orange County is not included.
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 http://www.southwest.com/email .
Southwest Airlines editorial, based on news release distributed by PR Newswire.