Southwest Airlines Co. today primed its winter flight schedule for seekers of sun and snow with service details for new destinations in Florida, California, and nestled in the Colorado Rockies. The carrier announced new seasonal service to Montrose Regional Airport (Telluride) on the Western Slope of Colorado, begins Dec. 19, the same day as previously announced seasonal service to Steamboat Springs. Service to Miami and Palm Springs both will begin Nov. 15.
Fares as low as $39 one-way!
New routes to Miami, Palm Springs, and Montrose (Telluride) now available on Southwest.com. The number of seats are limited by days of week and market, from the first date of service through March 4, 2021, if booked by 11:59 p.m. Central Daylight Time on Oct. 15, 2020. Blackout dates apply. See full fare rules, terms and conditions below the listed examples of one-way low fares.
Beginning Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020, Southwest will offer nonstop service:
- As low as $49 one-way nonstop between Palm Springs and Oakland (twice daily in each direction),
- As low as $49 one-way nonstop between Palm Springs and Phoenix (three times daily in each direction), and
- As low as $79 one-way nonstop between Palm Springs and Denver (once daily in each direction).
“Our schedules for these new cities on the Southwest network thoughtfully link them to relevant nonstop destinations that also provide great connections, a comfortable journey with our unmatched flexibility, and our friendly policies,” said Andrew Watterson, Southwest Airlines Chief Commercial Officer & Executive Vice President. “Southwest is stretching into new places to provide for two needs: desired options for our Customers who seek snow or sun, and wide- open spaces to enjoy a break from the unexpected that 2020 brought; and for our Company, critically-needed new business that offsets the diminished demand for travel across other parts of the country.”
“For years our residents and visitors have expressed how much they desire Southwest Airlines at Palm Springs International Airport and their imminent arrival will greatly enhance Palm Springs as a major tourism destination,” said City Manager David H. Ready. “We thank Southwest for investing in PSP and are delighted to welcome them to sunny Palm Springs.”