by Publisher CoachellaValley | July 5, 2022 12:48 pm
Southwest Airlines is adding new nonstop routes to San Jose and Las Vegas. (Palm Springs International Airport Photo)
Southwest’s new San Jose service starts on Sunday, November 6 and will operate once daily on one of their 737 family aircraft. With this new route, Southwest offers nonstop service to nine airports from Palm Springs.
Six routes, including San Jose, operate on a year-round basis and three operate on a
seasonal basis. Another nonstop flight to Las Vegas is planned to start in July, the airline says.
Adam Decaire, Vice President of Network Planning, Southwest Airlines shared,
“Our new daily service to San Jose brings a third northern California airport with nonstop service for our Palm Springs Customers,” Decaire said. “This new link connects the Peninsula and Coachella Valley with the time savings, value, and Hospitality that only the People of Southwest can deliver and underscores the kind of investment in California air travel that’s made Southwest the largest carrier within the Golden State for two decades and counting.”
Lisa Middleton, Palm Springs mayor added,
“We’re thrilled to see the continued investment in our community by Southwest,” Middleton said. “Since their arrival, we’ve seen our airport set new passenger records, add more and more nonstop options, and we now have more summer service than ever before. I want to thank Southwest for continuing to grow at PSP.”
Southwest first landed at Palm Springs International Airport on November 15, 2020 and they have increased their footprint at California’s desert airport ever since.
To find all flights arriving and departing from Palm Springs, visit www.flyPSP.com: Palm Springs International Airport.
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