Southwest Offers Red Hot Texas Fares

Southwest Airlines is offering Texans super low fares for February. These
low $34 and $60 one- way fares are offered only on and will be available for a limited time.

“Southwest Airlines is always looking to offer great deals to our
Customers,” said Joyce Rogge, Southwest`s senior vice president of
marketing. “With our Intra-Texas frequency, Southwest Customers will be
able to take full advantage of these low fares.”

Examples of the $34 super low one-way fares are between Dallas Love Field
and Houston Hobby, between Amarillo and Dallas Love Field, and between
Houston Hobby and Austin.

Examples of $60 one-way fares are between Austin and El Paso, between
Dallas Love Field and Corpus Christi, and between Houston Hobby and Tulsa.

The internet-only fares are available for purchase today, through Jan. 22,
2004, and are valid for travel from Feb. 3, 2004, through Feb. 29, 2004.
Tickets must be purchased at least 14 days before departure and within one
day of making reservations. Seats are limited and will not be available on
some flights that operate during very busy travel times and holiday
periods. Fares do not include up to a $3.10 segment fee per takeoff and
landing. Fares do not include airport-assessed passenger facility charges
of up to $9 one-way and federal September 11 security fee 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.


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