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Southwest to Add Cincinnati and Grand Cayman to Its Network

Southwest Airlines is planning to launch service on June 4 to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and to Grand Cayman’s Owen Roberts International Airport (subject to Southwest receiving requisite governmental approvals).

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In extending its bookable flight schedule from January 6 until March 8, 2016, Southwest Airlines is launching four new year-round routes on January 6.

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Southwest Airlines is planning to launch international service from Houston Hobby Airport to eight cities in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean this fall.

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The carrier will operate once-daily round-trip service on eight of the new routes and Saturday-only service on the ninth. Southwest Airlines will also increase the frequency of its flights on four existing routes from Dallas Love Field in April.

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From February 4 and February 5, Allegiant Air will launch twice-weekly service to four destinations to and from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

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Southwest Airlines is more than doubling the number of flights it operates from Washington Reagan National Airport this summer, launching seven new routes and additional connecting itineraries.

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United Airlines is launching daily non-stop service from Indianapolis to its hub at San Francisco International Airport on January 7.

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Southwest Airlines is launching service to Memphis, Pensacola, and Richmond in Virginia on November 3. Both Southwest Airlines and subsidiary AirTran Airways have newly extended their schedules through until New Year’s weekend and the two airlines are launching a sizable number of new year-round and seasonal services.

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American will begin serving seven more new destinations this summer from Los Angeles International Airport, increasing its network of non-stop flights from LAX to 50 cities. American is also seeking government approval to begin daily round-trip service from Los Angeles to São Paulo on November 21.

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Southwest Airlines is introducing four new routes in its latest flight schedule, which it has newly extended for itself and subsidiary AirTran Airways for travel through November 1. Southwest will also take over AirTran Airways’ existing Fort Lauderdale-San Juan route.

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Southwest Airlines and its subsidiary AirTran Airways have announced new routes as they extend their flight schedules for travel bookings through January 4, 2013.

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The carrier will fly to Myrtle Beach International Airport from Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo, and Columbus in Ohio; Indianapolis; Louisville; Nashville; and Springfield, Illinois. Vision Airlines is now selling seats for flights from May 31 through October 31, 2012.

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Located beyond the security checkpoint on Concourse A, the new 4,800-square-foot Indianapolis Sky Club is the first and only premium airport lounge for business travelers in the state of Indiana, according to Delta.

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AirTran Airways is launching new flights to Florida tourist destination Fort Myers from four points in its U.S. domestic network, as well as additional service to Las Vegas from Indianapolis in time for spring travel.

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American Eagle Airlines is launching daily nonstop service on November 18 between New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and three new destinations – Norfolk International Airport in Virginia, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and Indianapolis International Airport.

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AirTran Airways and SkyWest Airlines have formed a new marketing partnership under which SkyWest will operate five 50-seat Bombardier CRJ200 regional jets between Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport and six destinations.

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AirTran Airways is expanding its operations at New York’s LaGuardia Airport and Washington D.C.’s Reagan National Airport. The airline is adding more flights at both airports on November 4 while keeping all the flights it already operates from those airports.

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