Southwest Airlines strengthens its connections with Caribbean islands

Southwest Airlines is expanding its network of Caribbean destinations from its hub in Orlando, with the addition of four new routes. Travelers will now be able to enjoy direct flights to Grand Cayman, Punta Cana, Providenciales and Nassau, in addition to existing services to Aruba, Montego Bay, and a flight to San Juan. This expansion is announced as a seasonal offer, available until September 2.

The announcement of these new routes strengthens Southwest’s presence in the region, and promises to facilitate summer getaways to popular destinations. With a significant increase in activity, the company plans to operate 4,000 daily flights during the season, aiming to transport up to 57 million passengers. These additions are a clear response to the growing expectations of travelers looking for new travel experiences and comfort.

Passengers interested in these new destinations can make their reservations directly on the company’s website or via its mobile application. This online service provides a convenient and time-saving method for planning trips to the Caribbean, allowing users to choose their flights, select their seats and complete their airline ticket purchases in a few simple steps.

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