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southwest-international-destinations-logoTaking some Southwest international flights has been on my mind lately.  With all the snow and gloomy weather here in the northern United States, I would like to get somewhere warm, at least for a little bit!

Because I have the Southwest Companion Pass, which lets my wife fly for free no matter if I book a paid or award ticket, they are definitely one of the first places I check when we want / need to go somewhere.

Southwest flies to several international locations, but for whatever reason, the list of which locations have Southwest international flights is hard to come across via Google.  I have the same problem trying to find the IHG Point Breaks list.

(READ: Why is the Priority Club / IHG Pointbreaks list so hard to find?!?)

Eventually, I came across their route map, which has the information, but I thought it would be nice to have it in a more readable format.  This information does change, but as of 11/28/2014 this is accurate.


List of Southwest international flights

  • Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ) – service from Chicago Midway, Milwaukee, Orlando, Baltimore and Atlanta
  • Nassau, Bahamas (NAS) – service from Atlanta and Baltimore
  • Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUJ) – service from Chicago Midway, Milwaukee, Atlanta and Baltimore
  • Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (SJD) – from Orange County and Denver
  • Mexico City, Mexico (MEX) – from Orange County and San Antonio
  • Cancun, Mexico (CUN) – service from Denver, Houston, San Antonio, Chicago Midway, Milwaukee, Atlanta and Baltimore
  • San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO) – from Baltimore
  • Aruba (AUA) – service from Orlando, Baltimore, Houston Hobby and Atlanta
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU) – technically not “international” I know…. – service from Houston, Atlanta, Baltimore, Orlando, Tampa and Ft. Lauderdale

Southwest international flights first started when they bought AirTran a few years ago, but have been steadily increasing.  Make sure to bookmark this page if you want to know where Southwest is flying internationally!


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