Southwest Airlines Offers New Non-Stop Flights From Dallas Love Field

Southwest Airlines announced the airline will offer new nonstop service to domestic destinations from Dallas Love Field following the repeal of the Wright Amendment flight restrictions imposed in 1979.

Southwest will begin serving five new nonstop destinations on Oct. 13, followed by ten additional new nonstop destinations on Nov. 2. The addition of these 15 new nonstop destinations will bring Southwest to a total of 31 nonstop destinations from Love Field.

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Beginning Oct. 13, 2014, Southwest Airlines will launch nonstop service from Dallas Love Field to:

  • Baltimore/Washington (BWI)
  • Denver
  • Las Vegas
  • Orlando
  • Chicago Midway

Beginning Nov. 2, 2014, Southwest Airlines will launch nonstop service from Dallas Love Field to:

  • Atlanta
  • Nashville
  • Washington, D.C. (Reagan National)
  • Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood
  • Los Angeles (LAX)
  • New York (LaGuardia)
  • Phoenix
  • San Diego
  • Orange County/Santa Ana
  • Tampa

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and former U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison joined Kelly and Southwest Employees at a news conference to celebrate the momentous occasion. 

The Wright Amendment, and its subsequent revisions, limit Southwest Airlines' current nonstop all jet service from Dallas Love Field to nine states including Texas. The repeal of the federal law rewrites the map by allowing Southwest to potentially serve an additional 41 states and the District of Columbia (Reagan National airport) from Love Field.

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In May 2014, the airline will announce the specific flight schedules and fares for the sale of the new service, giving Southwest's Customers the first opportunity to book these flights via southwest.com.

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