Travelore News: Southwest Airlines Announces New International Flights
Southwest Airlines has just extended its bookable flight schedule through January 4, 2016, offering new international service between eight cities and Houston (Hobby) by the end of this year, including the carrier's 97th destination, Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport at Liberia in the Guanacaste beach and resort region of northwest Costa Rica, subject to foreign government approval.
Southwest Employees, Customers, and Houstonians celebrated the new flights with Houston Mayor Annise Parker and other city leaders at a beach bash Wednesday afternoon in downtown Houston at City Hall Plaza.
"Houstonians have endured some of the highest international airfares in the country," said Gary Kelly, Southwest's Chairman, President, & CEO, to a crowd assembled at a pop-up beach party featuring international food and music. "Southwest is putting our promise, our People, and our planes on these routes because you deserve lower fares and better service."
Beginning Oct. 15, 2015, enjoy new, nonstop service from Houston (Hobby) and:
Cancun, Mexico (twice daily) Mexico City, Mexico (once daily) Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (once daily) San Jose del Cabo/Los Cabos, Mexico (once daily) Belize City, Belize* (once daily) San Jose, Costa Rica* (once daily)
*subject to approval of foreign government
Beginning Nov. 1, 2015, additional daily international flights begin from:
Houston (Hobby) and Liberia/Guanacaste, Costa Rica* (once daily) Houston (Hobby) and Montego Bay, Jamaica* (once daily)