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Southwest Airlines achieves 50 daily nonstop destinations from Dallas Love Field

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Carrier celebrates milestone of 180 daily departures to 50 nonstop destinations from Dallas Love Field.
DALLAS - The People of Southwest Airlines began operating the carrier's most robust schedule ever offered at Dallas Love Field, with 180 daily departures to 50 nonstop destinations across the United States. New flights now bring Customers nonstop service options between Dallas Love Field and Boston (Logan); Detroit; Philadelphia; Pittsburgh; Charlotte; Charleston, S.C.; Raleigh-Durham; Omaha; and Salt Lake City.
 
"Southwest is offering something no other airline can offer from Dallas Love Field: an unmatched number of cities available on a nonstop basis," said Bob Jordan, Southwest Airlines' Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer. "With these flights, we're bringing more seats, more low fares, and the time-saving itineraries our Customers want without nickel and diming them."
 
In October 2014, most federal flight restrictions at Dallas Love Field lifted, allowing Southwest the opportunity to expand nonstop service at its hometown airport and bring new low-fare competition between the Dallas metro area and major destinations across the country. Before the restrictions were repealed, Southwest served 16 destinations with nonstop service.
 
The carrier also began the first nonstop flights between Columbus, Ohio and Oakland (San Francisco Bay Area) and between Columbus and Boston (Logan). In addition, the carrier is adding a third daily flight between Columbus and Atlanta. At Washington, D.C. (Reagan National), Southwest is inaugurating new nonstop service between the nation's capital and Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International. On the west coast, Southwest is adding new nonstop service between Orange County/Santa Ana and Portland, Oregon.


 
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