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More LUV at Love! New Nonstops from Dallas—added Flights—and 180 Weekday Departures!

Our home at Dallas Love Field is growing again. Effective August 9, we’re adding more nonstop destinations, more flights, and more capacity to and from Love than ever before! On August 9, we’ll add one nonstop weekday roundtrip between Dallas/Love Field and:
  • Boston/Logan
  • Charlotte
  • Detroit
  • Omaha
  • Philadelphia
  • Pittsburgh
  • Raleigh/Durham
  • Salt Lake City
We’ll also add an additional roundtrip daily flight between Dallas Love Field and eight other airports, including expanding our pattern between DAL and CHS to daily service!
  • Atlanta will have 5 weekday roundtrips
  • Austin will have 11 weekday roundtrips
  • Baltimore will have 4 weekday roundtrips
  • Charleston, SC will have 1 DAILY roundtrip
  • Chicago/Midway will have 7 weekday roundtrips
  • Houston/Hobby will have 21 weekday roundtrips
  • Little Rock will have 4 weekday roundtrips
  • Seattle/Tacoma will have 2 weekday roundtrips
With these additions, Southwest will schedule 180 weekday departures from DAL to 50 nonstop destinations, an obvious milestone for our Company. It also means our Customers will have more nonstop service to more states than Love Field has ever had—and I do mean EVER! I absolutely LUV that our airline is able to expand at Southwest Airlines’ home—and, for me, the first airport I ever visited or flew out of—Dallas Love Field. It may be a nearly 100-year-old airport, but with the improvements Southwest has made to the terminal and the City has made to the runways and taxiways (which will complete later this year!), this historic airport will be state-of-the-art. And Southwest is complementing Love Field’s rebirth with our super-efficient and quiet Next-Generation Boeing 737s. We are good neighbors … because we ARE Dallas—born and bred! But this isn’t new for OUR airline. It continues to build on the legacy that Southwest Airlines has built in Texas since we started in 1971, and look at us now! We fly more daily nonstop seats between Texas airports than any other airline, all on full-size Boeing 737s—and these additions just add to our lead. Southwest invented low fares and great service in Texas in 1971. And 44 years later, connecting people with low-cost air travel is still our business, Texas is still our home … and LOVE is still our field! Enjoy your weekend everyone, and if you have questions, just let me know!
Explorer B
Cool for Dallas! While I really LUV Southwest, I get the vibe MSP is somewhat forgotten here. It was previously listed as a city to be served if gates were awarded at DAL to WN. I believe MSP and EWR are the only two not served from the original material provided showing what could happen at DAL. Terminal 2 has available space at MSP now that Spirit moved over to 1. Any thoughts on what to expect for us at MSP?
Explorer C
Ah. Was hoping to see service between DAL and HRL again.
Explorer C
Me too. That route was popular for the valley.