MIAMI – As more airline flights return to pre-pandemic levels, Southwest Airlines (WN) announced that it is now booking travel through January 5, 2022.

Three daily flights to Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR) in New York will begin November 14 from Baltimore Washington International (BWI). WN also published a schedule today that shows it is resuming service to all of its previously served international destinations.

“We’re continuing to expand our service bringing low fares, flexible policies, and world-famous hospitality to more people, making it easier to choose Southwest,” said Andrew Watterson, chief commercial officer & executive vice president for WN in a press release.

“Our latest destination in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York not only allows New Yorkers easier access to our growing network but also brings the offerings of Upstate New York to our existing customers.”

Also, on Nov. 7, 2021, Southwest will begin service to Northwest Washington with new service twice daily between Bellingham (BLI), WA and Oakland (OAK) and once daily between BLI and Las Vegas (LAS).

Southwest Airlines N720WN Boeing 737-700. Photo: Luke Ayers/Airways

International Service

On the international front, in the fall, WN will resume flying from Fort Lauderdale FLL to Nassau (NAS), Bahamas; Grand Cayman (GCM), Cayman Islands; Providenciales (PLS), Turks and Caicos; Cancun (CUN), Mexico; and Montego Bay (MBJ), Jamaica. Service between Houston Hobby (HOU) and Belize City (TZA), Belize will also return.

New nonstops between Chicago O’Hare (ORD) and Cancun will also begin in the fall.

Full schedule details can be found at the airline’s website.

Featured image: Southwest Boeing 737-700 N409WN. Photo: Otto Kirchof/Airways