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Southwest Airlines
Mind if we join you, ? We’re headed to Everett! Details including schedule will be announced at a later date, but we couldn’t wait to share the news!
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R6 🔥🔥 25 Jan 18
Just had a 2 hour flight from PIT To FLL And It Was Comfortable Hopefully It’s As Nice On The Way Home We Went On Flight 1963 I Think Boeing-737
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Chuck Dalldorf 25 Jan 18
This is great news and thank you - Hoping is one of your flights - but all of us north of are to bits!
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Southwest Airlines 25 Jan 18
Replying to @ModzChill
Glad you had a smooth flight. Enjoy your time in The Sunshine State! ^MB
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R6 🔥🔥 25 Jan 18
Replying to @SouthwestAir
Thank You
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Britta Spanke 25 Jan 18
Any idea on when Hawaii flights will be released and where specifically you are flying too?
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Isaac ✈ Alexander 25 Jan 18
Welcome to !
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Jet Dillo 25 Jan 18
*sigh* The cool kids do it first and suddenly everybody wants in...
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Isaac ✈ Alexander 25 Jan 18
Gotta get in while there’s a spot at the table
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Jet Dillo 25 Jan 18
I’m feeling a little snarky ‘cause UA and AS were the only ones announced for the longest time and now here comes the me-too’ers.
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Isaac ✈ Alexander 25 Jan 18
Was hoping JetBlue would come in and mix things up
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Ed 25 Jan 18
Expanding service from ISP soon? Hope you do!!! Love that !
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Southwest Airlines 25 Jan 18
Replying to @E_j_t_1_0
We're constantly reevaluating our schedule based on Customer demand, so check next time we release a new one! ^NA
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Jason 25 Jan 18
So excited for Southwest to take the Everett’s to Everett!!! We LUV it!!!
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Matt Olson 25 Jan 18
Please add SBP - my SLO student 👩‍🎓 would appreciate it!
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Southwest Airlines 25 Jan 18
Replying to @mattsolson
We can't make any promises, but your request has been taken to heart! ^NS
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Kristen Williams 25 Jan 18
I mean, Southwest is a wildly different operation than small regional jets like Alaska and UA fly. The smallest Southwest plane is nearly twice the size of the 76 seaters currently operated there. It makes sense to judge traffic loads first.
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Rob Hardy 25 Jan 18
Are you planning on keeping along with ?
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