Southwest Airlines Bring Low-Fares and High Quality Air Travel to Spartanburg

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Southwest Airlines Bring Low-Fares and High Quality Air Travel to Spartanburg

Posted on Sunday, April 15, 2012

Traveling to the upstate of South Carolina is about to get a lot easier - and less expensive! Southwest Airlines will begin non-stop service from the Greenville/Spartanburg International Airport to five destinations on March 13, 2011.
The low-cost airline will begin service next spring with seven daily nonstop flights to five destinations: two to Baltimore/Washington, two to Chicago Midway, one to Nashville, one to Houston Hobby, and one to Orlando. The prices range from a low of $59 to Nashville to $99 to Chicago and Houston.

In addition to the daily nonstop flights, Southwest will offer direct or connecting service to more than 60 destinations including: Las Vegas, Denver, Dallas Love, Sacramento and Salt Lake City.

"Southwest Airlines is delighted to bring our special brand of low-fare, high-quality customer service to travelers in Greenville-Spartanburg and Charleston," said Dave Ridley, Southwest Airlines Senior Vice President of Marketing and Revenue Management. "For nearly 40 years, we have been liberating customers across the country from the tyranny of high fares and poor service. We can't wait to continue this mission by introducing our wonderful people, low fares, and Boeing 737 jet service to the Palmetto State."

Southwest is known not only for its low-cost flights, but also because it does not charge for baggage or for soft drinks on their flights.

Because of the low-cost flights, Southwest cannot be booked through travel services. Flight arrangements must be made through

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