Southwest Cuts Nonstop Routes from NYC, LA, Boston, Orlando & More

Southwest Airlines is cutting many nonstop routes in January. The airline needs to free up the planes for flights with stronger demand, including its new Hawaii routes that were launched this year. Southwest’s flight cuts were part of its latest schedule extension, announced Thursday.

Southwest Cuts Nonstop Routes

Effective January 6th, Southwest will eliminate nonstop flights between the following cities:

  • Los Angeles-Cancun, Mexico
  • Los Angeles-Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • Los Angeles-Omaha, Nebraska
  • Los Angeles-Pittsburgh
  • Boston-Atlanta
  • Boston-Kansas City, Missouri
  • Boston-Milwaukee
  • Dallas Love Field-Oklahoma City
  • Dallas Love Field-Jacksonville, Florida
  • Dallas Love Field-San Francisco
  • Orlando, Florida-Oakland, California
  • Orlando-San Jose, California
  • Orlando-Sacramento, California
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida-Jacksonville, Florida
  • New York LaGuardia-Orlando, Florida
  • Columbus, Ohio-Oakland, California
  • Austin, Texas-San Francisco

Southwest offers daily flights in each direction on all of the routes except New York-Orlando, which is Saturday-only service.

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