Southwest Airlines has expanded its route network from Miami International Airport by adding daily service to four more destinations: Atlanta; Dallas; Denver; and Nashville. The new routes increase Southwest’s already strong presence at MIA to a total of 16 daily flights.
Southwest’s twice-daily flights to Atlanta, Denver and Nashville provides Miami passengers with another travel option to those cities, while its daily service to Dallas Love Field Airport establishes a new route from MIA. Southwest already serves both Baltimore and Houston Hobby with four daily flights and Chicago Midway with a daily flight.
“I’m thrilled to see Southwest Airlines expanding their operations at MIA so soon after their first flights just four months ago,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. “Southwest’s arrival in Miami-Dade County is helping to fuel the safe recovery of our tourism industry, and I welcome this expansion offering even more options for residents and visitors.”
Prior to Southwest’s expansion, its weekly flight schedule was already projected to generate an economic impact of more than $853 million in local business revenue and 6,788 jobs within the local economy annually.
“We deeply appreciate Southwest’s decision to strengthen their commitment to MIA and the Miami market with a new total of 16 daily flights,” said Lester Sola, MIA director and CEO. “Their launch in November is part of the reason why our daily passenger totals continue to reach new highs each month.”