Southwest Airlines recently announced that it will launch service to/from Charleston International Airport and Greenville-Spartanburg Airport in South Carolina on March 13, 2011.
An official press release said that Southwest will operate seven daily nonstop flights to four destinations. These include three flights to Baltimore/Washington, two to Chicago Midway, one to Nashville, and one to Houston Hobby. The carrier will operate from gate B5 in Charleston’s main terminal.
Southwest Airlines will begin service with seven daily nonstop flights to five destinations in Greenville-Spartanburg. The service includes two flights to Baltimore/Washington, two to Chicago Midway, one to Nashville, one to Houston Hobby, and one to Orlando. The carrier will operate from gates A3 and A4 in Greenville-Spartanburg’s main terminal.
Apart from seven daily nonstop flights to/from these cities, Southwest Airlines' new service will also offer direct or connecting service to more than 60 destinations including Las Vegas, Denver, Dallas Love, Sacramento, and Salt Lake City.
Southwest Airlines is currently serving 69 cities in 35 states.