Southwest Airlines isn’t letting up on its plans to woo travelers eager to vacation again after the coronavirus pandemic.
The airline, which carries more domestic passengers than any U.S. carrier, told employees on it plans to begin service to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Eugene, Oregon; and Bellingham, Washington, a gateway to Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada.
The new flights come less than a week after Southwest announced new flights to Bozeman, Montana, and Destin-Fort Walton Beach in the Florida Panhandle.
Southwest typically adds one or two new destinations a year at most, and 2021 will now see at least 12with the latest additions. Southwest has announced or begun service to 17 new airports since the pandemic began.
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