Southwest defines inaugural services at Milwaukee
From 1 November 2009, Southwest Airlines will connect Milwaukee to six destinations with a dozen daily nonstop flights: three to Baltimore/Washington, three to Kansas City, two to Las Vegas, two to Orlando, one to Phoenix, and one to Tampa Bay. The fares and schedule are now available on Southwest's website.
In addition to the 12 daily nonstop flights, Southwest Airlines' new service out of Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport will offer direct (same plane) or connecting service to 49 other destinations throughout the Southwest Network. The carrier will operate from two gates in Terminal D at Mitchell, and will have about 40 full-time employees.
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