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Southwest to start new routes from Chicago and Houston

US based low-cost carrier Southwest on Monday announced that the airline will two more American hubs to its schedule from next year.

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While keeping quiet on where Southwest Airlines will fly from these two airports, further information is expected soon.

The flights are expected to begin in the first half of 2021. “Today’s announcement furthers our commitment to both cities,” says Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly.

According to Mr Watterson, Southwest Airlines’ CCO, it’s all about offering customers a choice of airports, particularly in the big, physically sprawling cities with multiple airports. Interestingly, Southwest is going back to George Bush International Airport in Houston after 15 years. Houston was one of Southwest’s original airports.

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