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Southwest Now Offering New Routes Between the States and Mexico

August 19, 2014 at 10:33 AM | by | ()

Good news from the folks over at Southwest Airlines, as the airline has announced several new routes between the States and Mexico.

The carrier has been adding over the border destinations this year, many to the Caribbean, and now it's flying to a couple new spots down in south of the border. These are all flight paths that have been inherited from its acquisition of AirTran Airways, so rather than totally new routes, they’re kind of like revamped routes.

Southwest is now doing the nonstop thing between Orange County—the one in California—and Los Cabos, Mexico. If the west coast isn’t where you call home, it's got the other side of the country covered as well, flying to Cancun from Atlanta and Baltimore/Washington. Finally, we can’t forget about our friends in Milwaukee, where Saturday-only service has started up between the Brew City and Cancun.

Southwest's schedule is now open through March of next year, so if you’re looking for a warm weather getaway this winter, head over and take a look.

[Photo: Aero Icarus]

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