Service starts June 4
COVINGTON, Ky. (Jan. 5, 2017) — Southwest Airlines announced Wednesday that it is ending its Akron-Canton and Dayton, Ohio service on June 3 and will begin shifting its flights to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, beginning June. 4.
Southwest will initially offer nonstop service to Chicago (Midway) and Baltimore/Washington allowing Cincinnati travelers to utilize Southwest’s all-Boeing 737 fleet to access many of the more than 100 destinations Southwest serves across the U.S., Caribbean, and Latin America.
“Bringing Southwest to Cincinnati not only answers a call from our new community and corporate partners for key nonstop service and broad network access with more affordable fares but also now gives our more than 110 million annual customers access to a full complement of the top 50 markets across the contiguous 48 states,” said Dave Harvey, Southwest managing director of Business Development. “