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New Southwest Flights Coming This Fall for Phoenix, Denver and Atlanta

With the Southwest flight schedule open for booking through April 11, 2021, the airline is slowly but surely increasing daily flights and adding a handful of new Southwest flights to the mix, especially for Phoenix, Denver and Atlanta.

In a May 28, 2020 update, Southwest also noted they are continuing to work on service to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, which was scheduled to start by the end of the year, but for which flights have not yet been published.

They also noted they are continuing to monitor international destinations that are currently off the schedule, including Aruba, Costa Rica, Belize, Dominican Republic and Grand Cayman, for the easing of government restrictions before they announce return dates.

Here are the new Southwest flight additions.

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New Southwest Flights

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Southwest has added several new nonstop flights out of Phoenix

Those who live in Phoenix now have two new flight choices. Southwest will add:

  • 3 daily nonstop flights to Long Beach (CA) on November 1
  • Once daily nonstop service to Memphis beginning December 17

Atlanta and Denver are both getting three new nonstop flights each, beginning December 17. For Atlanta, these include three round-trips daily to:

  • Oklahoma City
  • Omaha
  • Louisville

For Denver, it includes once daily service to:

  • Birmingham 
  • Wichita
  • Little Rock

One final addition beginning November 2 will be daily (except Sunday) nonstop service between Nashville and Orange County (CA), as well as Long Beach and Austin (beginning November 1).

Are any of these new flights helpful to you? What flights do you wish Southwest would add?

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4 thoughts on “New Southwest Flights Coming This Fall for Phoenix, Denver and Atlanta”

  1. Aruba is certainly not a new destination for Southwest. We own a timeshate there and have been flying nonstop from BWI to Aruba for a few years. Perhaps you meant to say that FLL to AUA is a new international route for Southwest???

  2. Hi Lyn, if you live towards the middle of the USA like I do, how do you book a route to Aruba or elsewhere in the Caribbean? When I type my home airport of OKC into the field, it says that no routes are available.

  3. Hi Diane-
    You could try booking to Ft. Lauderdale and then Ft. Lauderdale to Aruba separately. It’s usually pretty cheap from Ft. Lauderdale, like 2000-4000 points per way.


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