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Southwest to start Kansas City-Minneapolis/St. Paul service on February 14

Southwest Airlines (Dallas) and its wholly owned subsidiary AirTran Airways announced today that they have extended their flight schedules for travel between February 14, 2013, and March 8, 2013. In the schedule, Southwest will begin new service between Kansas City and Minneapolis-St. Paul with two daily nonstop flights. Both carriers also will begin new seasonal routes as listed below.

Southwest’s new market:

  • Two daily nonstop flights between Kansas City and Minneapolis-St. Paul

Southwest’s new seasonal markets include:

  • One daily nonstop flight between Albuquerque and Orlando
  • One daily nonstop flight between Albany and Las Vegas
  • One daily nonstop flight between Hartford/Springfield and Las Vegas
  • One daily nonstop flight between Long Island/Islip and Ft. Myers
  • One daily nonstop flight between West Palm Beach and Pittsburgh
  • One daily nonstop flight between West Palm Beach and Providence
  • One daily nonstop flight between Providence and Ft. Myers

AirTran’s new seasonal markets include:

  • Two daily nonstop flights between Chicago Midway and Ft. Myers
  • One daily nonstop flight between Detroit and Ft. Myers

Copyright Photo: Fernandez Imaging.

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