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Is there anywhere on the Southwest site where I can search for the schedule that show times of year that Southwest flies direct Buffalo to Pheonix in the morning vs evening without having to search week by week? 

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The low-fare calendar would help if there were days when there was a direct flight compared to days there wasn't a direct flight, it could be inferred by days that have lower prices for the direct route.

 

I don't think that would work if there is currently a direct flight and you are looking for a different direct flight. It would probably be best to call and ask, which may or may not be faster than searching through week by week.

 

Edit: I had another thought - maybe there is a listing on Buffalo's airport website? That airport is probably too large to get into that level of detail, but some of the smaller airports list seasonal changes to direct destinations.

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I don't think it's exactly what you're looking for, but you can see all flights between the two cities during an entire week on one screen if you search at

https://www.southwest.com/air/flight-schedules/index.html

 

I think this search, the standard booking screen search, and the low fare calendar are your only options unless you have access to a corporate travel system like Concur which (last time I looked) does allow you to search Southwest flights.