Over the weekend, Southwest began flying its long-awaited service to Hawaii, and just before service launched, Southwest announced 5 more new routes set to begin this fall. Fares are currently as low as $138 roundtrip.

Southwest Adds 5 New Nonstop Flights Starting in Fall 2019

The latest batch of new routes on Southwest includes two daily nonstops and three other routes with weekend only service. The domestic routes are scattered throughout the country. Although there aren't any additional Hawaii routes in this announcement, the fact that those previously announced Hawaii routes are all nearly sold out for the next couple months means we'll likely see more Hawaii routes added in future announcements.

Travel Availability

New service begins in either August or October and the lowest available nonstop fares are available on only a few scattered dates for fall travel.

Sale Period

These intro fares do not have an advertised expiration date and are subject to change at any time.

New Nonstop Service on Southwest Airlines

Saturdays / Sundays, starting August 10; Daily starting October 2, 2019.

St. Louis to Salt Lake City $278 roundtrip

Daily starting October 2, 2019.

Baltimore to Newark $138 roundtrip

Saturdays / Sundays, starting October 5, 2019.

Buffalo to Nashville $200 roundtrip

Sundays, starting October 6, 2019.

Houston to Amarillo $212 roundtrip

Dallas to Cleveland $323 roundtrip

All fares also work in the reverse direction.

Please note, these fares are only available on Southwest.com. Other carriers regularly match these sale fares, so be sure to compare to find the best deal.

Baggage

Fares include a carry-on bag, a personal item, and two free checked bags up to 50lbs/23kg each.

Seat Assignments

Southwest has an open seating policy, which means there are no assigned seats and you'll get to choose your seat during boarding. The order of boarding is determined by the time of check-in so check-in exactly 24 hours before departure or pay for priority boarding for a better choice of seat.

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