Southwest Airlines, an established carrier with a prosperous operational center in Orlando, is augmenting its flight offerings to and from the prominent hub of entertainment.
This summer, the carrier located in Dallas will introduce an additional four flights to its existing routes.
The airline's decision was predicated upon the increasing demand for travel to Orlando. On July 15, three out of the four newly established roots were initiated.
Three routes have already been initiated, including Albuquerque, Boston, and Long Beach, California. It is anticipated that the fourth forthcoming route would originate from El Paso, Texas.
The service will initially operate as flights exclusively on Saturdays. The commencement of the El Paso route is scheduled on September 9.
The anticipated expansion of Southwest Airlines to Orlando is projected to catalyze further expansions to more airports in the next summer season.
The airline has lately extended its aircraft fleet. Southwest Airlines has also announced its intention to undertake an expansion project at Houston's Hobby Airport.
It will be intriguing to see the future expansion of Southwest Airlines' route network, considering that Orlando, widely regarded as the theme park capital of the United States, was a logical choice.