Southwest will resume international flying on June 7, 17
days later than its previously planned resumption date of May 21.
The carrier will recommence international service by flying
to five destinations: Cancun and Los Cabos in Mexico; Montego Bay, Jamaica;
Nassau, Bahamas; and Havana. Southwest last flew internationally on March 23.
When the relaunch happens, it will be on eight routes.
Southwest will fly to Cancun from Houston Hobby, Denver and Baltimore. The
carrier will service Los Cabos from Houston Hobby and Denver. It will fly to
Montego Bay from Baltimore and Orlando. And it will service Havana from Tampa.
Southwest said it will operate those routes through the
summer and fall.
Flights from Phoenix to Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta will restart
on Oct. 8. The carrier’s remaining international network will be suspended
until at least Oct. 30.