Baltimore, Austin & More: Spring Southwest Flights for 2024

Baltimore, Austin & More: Spring Southwest Flights for 2024
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Southwest Airlines has this week announced the extension of its flight schedule through to Spring 2024, with Baltimore, Austin & St. Louis the focus in this.

The carrier said the following on this expansion of services:

“Southwest Airlines continues responding to Customer demand by adding more international service and returning key seasonal routes.”

Baltimore, Austin & St. Louis The Spring Focus for Southwest…

Baltimore, Austin & More: Spring Southwest Flights for 2024
Southwest Airlines at Palm Springs International Airport

Starting off with Baltimore, the carrier will be offering new non-stop services on Saturdays to Belize, beginning on March 9.

On top of this, the carrier will be resuming seasonal services to Grand Cayman, Turks, and Caicos, as well as Los Cabos from the airport too.

Furthermore, from March 9 also, services to Panama City from Baltimore will resume, as well as to Destin/Ft. Walton Beach in Florida.



Moving to Austin, Southwest will be offering seasonal services between the Texas-based airport to San Juan in Puerto Rico. Services begin on March 9, also on Saturdays.

This new route will join up with services to Cozumel, Puerto Vallarta, Panam City, and Montrose, which have been announced previously.

Finally, on March 7, services between Austin and Charleston will also resume on a daily, non-stop basis.

St. Louis…

On the St. Louis front, services between there and Los Cabos will also resume on March 9, which will join up with services to Punta Cana as well.

Within the same day also, services to Palm Beach, Pensacola, and Destin/Fort Walton Beach will also resume on weekends too.

From March 7 also, services between St. Louis and San Francisco will also be restored on a daily, non-stop basis too.

Overall, this does represent a significant route expansion from Southwest going into 2024, especially during a point where passenger demand has been at its highest since COVID.

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