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Southwest Airlines to provide nonstop flights between PDX and San Diego, Chicago and more

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Southwest Airlines announced six new round-trip flights after the airline extended its schedule through June 30.

At Portland International Airport, Southwest will add four new nonstop routes: Baltimore/Washington, Chicago Midway, Houston Hobby, and San Diego.

"We're making big news coast to coast as we open up new flights in the spring," Bob Jordan, Southwest's Chief Commercial Officer says in a statement. "We're adding service in Southwest stronghold cities like San Diego and Portland, Ore., while also bringing new low-fare service to our New York customers."

Read more at USA Today.

 

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0 #1 ?? on Chicago?Guest 2013-12-18 00:54:39
Southwest has been flying PDX - Midway(Chicago) for years
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