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Southwest announces details for Boston flights
Southwest Airlines has announced its fares and flight schedule for services from Boston Logan which begin on 16 August 2009. The airline will begin service with 10 daily nonstop flights: five to Chicago Midway and five to Baltimore/Washington International.
"Our new Boston Logan service will complement our current presence at T.F. Green Airport in Providence and Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, New Hampshire," said Bob
Jordan, Southwest's Executive Vice President of Strategy and Planning. "People in the central Boston area have been asking for Southwest Airlines service for many years."
In addition to the 10 daily nonstop flights to Chicago Midway and Baltimore/Washington, the airline's new service out of Boston Logan will offer direct or connecting service to 48 other destinations, including: Las Vegas, Phoenix, Denver, Los Angeles, Houston, and San Francisco.
Southwest Airlines will operate from gates E1A and E1B in Terminal E at Logan, and will have about 40 full-time employees.
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