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Old Posted Nov 9, 2007, 9:29 AM
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SA: Southwest Adds Two New Non-Stop Flights at SAT

One to Philadelphia and one to San Diego.

Southwest to debut non-stop to Philly

Web Posted: 11/08/2007 08:19 PM CST

Sean M. Wood
Express-News Business Writer

Southwest Airlines is adding two flights for San Antonio in March, including a new destination.

The discount carrier is adding a daily non-stop to Philadelphia starting March 17.

It also is adding a nonstop flight to San Diego, Calif., beginning March 8. That means there will now be two seperate daily non-stops between the sainted cities.

"We look at the customer demand and what airports are doing well for us," Southwest spokeswoman Brandy King said. "San Antonio is a great market."

King said customer demand and the passenger traffic on other airlines prompted Southwest to add those non-stops to San Antonio. Other cities getting additional non-stops from the carrier include Dallas, with flights from Love Field; San Francisco; Kansas City, Mo.; Las Vegas; Phoenix; and El Paso.

San Antonio International Airport spokesman David Hebert said the new routes are good for the airport.

"There's an upside of being able to offer more non-stops to the San Antonio market," he said.
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