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The Associated Press, July 1, 2015
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Flights with nonstop service to Little Rock, Arkansas, are set to return to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport after a two-year absence.
Southwest Airlines announced it will fly two daily non-stop flights to the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport starting Jan. 6.
The Lambert-St. Louis airport has also recently announced the launch of three new nonstop flights. Flights to Austin, Texas, and Jackson, Tennessee, began Sunday. Nonstop flights to Portland, Oregon, are set to begin Wednesday.
Officials say with this week's new flights, Lambert now has 253 daily flights to 63 destinations.
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