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Southwest has been busy expanding its network to the Caribbean and Mexico. In January this year Southwest added four new nonstop services to Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale. This week it announced another new nonstop service to Turks and Caicos!
Southwest will begin new nonstop service from Fort Lauderdale to Providenciales (PLS), Turks and Caicos on November 5, 2017. The new service will be subject to government approvals. Customers will be able to book travel on the new route beginning May 18. Southwest’s current schedule only opens to November 3, and will be extended on May 18 the schedule to include holiday travels.
The new service to Providenciales joins Southwest’s existing daily nonstop services from Fort Lauderdale to seven other Caribbean islands, including Montego Bay, Belize, and Cancun, Nassau, and three cities in Cuba – Havana, Varadero, and Santa Clara.
[SEE ALSO: Complete List of Southwest International Routes]
It’s great to see Southwest continuing to increase their Caribbean presence. Are you excited about Southwest’s new Caribbean destination?