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Southwest Debuts 'Missouri One' Plane

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Southwest Airlines has unveiled a Boeing 737 jet that is painted as though it’s wrapped in the Missouri state flag. 135 more words

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Southwest Airlines Announces Routes to Start in April

Friday, Southwest Airlines announced in a press release the addition of 10 new nonstop destinations from Dallas Love Field. Beginning April 8, 2015, travelers through Dallas will have access to 43 destinations. 187 more words

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Southwest Airlines announces new routes to Costa Rica

DALLAS, Texas–Southwest Airlines could start offering service to San Jose, Costa Rica, from Houston, Texas, as early as October 2015, according to a statement from the company. 203 more words

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WSJ: Southwest Airlines under CEO Gary Kelly: Freer to Fly, but Also More Baggage

Southwest Airlines (Dallas) under CEO Gary Kelly is examined by Scott McCartney of the Wall Street Journal: CLICK HERE

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Southwest Airlines abre nueva ruta a Centro America

DALLAS, Texas–Southwest Airlines anunció hoy que presentó una solicitud ante el Departamento de Transporte de Estados Unidos para agregar su primer destino en América Central, con viajes de ida y vuelta diarios entre el Aeropuerto Internacional Thurgood Marshall de Baltimore/Washington (BWI) y el Aeropuerto Internacional Juan Santamaría en San José, Costa Rica (SJO), a partir del 7 de marzo de 2015. 348 more words

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I'm still in love with Leeds United Ross

So it has finally happened, Ross McCormack today engineered his well publicized move away from Leeds United. Ever since the curtains drew down on last seasons debacle and Cellino started to make his changes to the money leaking ship LUFC, poor old Ross has fallen out of love with the club he declared himself in love with. 470 more words

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Southwest now cleared for international departures

Southwest Airlines is going international for the first time ever Tuesday in its signature red, blue and orange Boeing 737 planes.

The Dallas, Tex.-based airline will now fly outside of the United States to tropical destinations already served by subsidiary Airtran, which Southwest acquired in 2011, in part to gain access beyond the border. 172 more words

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