The world’s biggest low-cost airlines, Southwest will soon begin flying to Jamaica.
The carrier is expected to be welcomed with open arms by Jamaicans as it may provide a cheaper route to several cities in the US.
According to a report by USATODAY, the first international airports to see regularly scheduled commercial service on Southwest-branded planes will be Montego Bay (Jamaica), Aruba and Nassau in the Bahamas. Beginning July 1, the airline will fly to those destinations out of Atlanta (Aruba and Montego Bay), Baltimore/Washington (to all three) and from Orlando (Montego Bay and Aruba).
The carrier promised more routes and cities would be added as the merger integration continues.
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