Southwest Pushes Ahead With AirTran Integration

US-carrier Southwest Airlines has continued its integration of its subsidiary, AirTran Airways, by launching Southwest branded international flights.

US-carrier Southwest Airlines has continued its integration of its subsidiary, AirTran Airways, by launching Southwest branded international flights.

Southwest, which acquired AirTran in 2011, now operates international flights between seven destinations outside the US and the carrier’s nine US gateway cities.

 

The routes include services between Dallas Love Field (DAL) and eight US cities, alongside flights to Mexico City, Punta Cana and the Dominican Republic.

 

The expansion of DAL operations has continued with new flights to Atlanta; Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood; Nashville; New York LaGuardia; Phoenix; Orange County/Santa Ana; San Diego and Tampa Bay.

 

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