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Southwest Treats Customers to Low Fares

With fares so low it’s
scary, Southwest Airlines is offering a sweet treat for fall flyers
beginning Halloween Day. The low fare airline today announced 13
additional daily nonstop flights from Philadelphia International Airport,
including seven flights to three new nonstop destinations. To purchase
Southwest Airlines’ frighteningly low fares, go to .
Effective October 31, 2004, Southwest Airlines’ operations will total 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 capturing all
daily nonstop Southwest Airlines flights from Philadelphia, see .

Additionally, nine other daily nonstop flights throughout the system have
been added to Southwest’s convenient schedule, including:

—Between Houston/Hobby and Orlando—two daily departures (for a total
of three daily)—Between Houston/Hobby and Los Angeles—one daily
departure (for a total of two daily)—Between Baltimore and Nashville—
one daily departure (for a total of ten daily)—Between Chicago/Midway
and Tampa—one daily departure (for a total of four daily)—Between
Las Vegas and Tucson—one daily departure (for a total of five daily)—
Between Long Island and Orlando—one daily departure (for a total of
four daily)—Between St. Louis and Oklahoma City—one daily departure
(for a total of two daily)—Between St. Louis and Omaha—one daily
departure (for a total of three daily)

Southwest Airlines offers travelers the most consistently low fares, with
deep discounts on advance purchase tickets. Philly fliers will now be able
to take off to Hartford/Springfield for only $29 one-way with Southwest’s
14-day advance purchase fare. Advance purchase fares from Philadelphia
start at $79 one-way to Jacksonville and $99 one-way to Oakland.

Fares are available one-way and are combinable with all other fares. If
combining with other fares, all ticketing restrictions apply. The fares
are valid for travel from Oct. 31, 2004, through the end of Southwest’s
published schedule (currently Dec. 11, 2004).


For advance purchase fares, 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.
Fares do not include a $3.10 federal segment tax per takeoff and landing.
Fares do not include airport-assessed passenger facility charges (PFC) of
up to $9 one-way and U.S. government-imposed September 11th Security Fees
of up to $5 one-way. Fares are subject to change until ticketed. 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. Fares are valid on published, scheduled service only.
Any change in itinerary may result in an increase in fare. Fares are not
necessarily common rated in Houston, the Bay Area, or the Los Angeles

Southwest Airlines’ web site, , offers some of
the industry’s lowest online airfares. Customers with an electronic
“Ticketless” reservation also may print a Boarding Pass on their day of
travel directly from the airline’s web site.