Just to show that summer is the superior season, Southwest Airlines announced late last week that travelers can now begin booking July and August travel.
Southwest will resume daily seasonal service starting July 11 between Nashville and Burbank, California, Kansas City and Milwaukee, and Kansas City and Minneapolis.
“As of July 11, 2023, the airline will serve 92 destinations from Denver nonstop with a peak schedule of 303 departures a day. This will be the first time any Southwest flight schedule will offer 300+ departures from one airport. Across its route map of 121 airports, Southwest will offer a peak schedule of 4,374 departures a day in summer 2023,” the airline shared in a press release.
Following a trend of extended schedules, Southwest is following closely behind American Airlines who recently announced their own plans for their summer 2023 schedule.
Furthermore, new improvements to passenger travel experiences are part of the airline’s ongoing changes, along with new schedules and flights.