Southwest Airlines Increases Cancun Flights By Over 30%

Southwest Airlines raised their weekly capacity from 46 to 70 flights from the US to Cancun International Airport (CUN) in October. Austin, Kansas City

Southwest Airlines has been increasing its weekly capacity to sunny destinations like Cancun, Mexico, as winter approaches.

Southwest expanded from 46 weekly flights and seven routes to Mexico's top international destination to 70 weekly flights and ten

routes, according to Cirium data. From 6,738 weekly seats to 10,202, the US airline increased 51.4% month-over-month.

Southwest began flying three routes weekly. Nashville, Phoenix, and San Antonio airports serve these flights.

Southwest has boosted weekly capacity and seat offer from Austin International (AUS), Kansas City International (MCI), and St. Louis International (STL) to Mexico by 600%

Baltimore (BWI, nine weekly flights), Denver (DEN, eight weekly flights), Houston (21 weekly flights), and Chicago Midway (eight weekly flights)

Southwest has the third-most weekly US-Cancun flights, behind American and United. Both airlines fly 155 and 108 times a week to Cancun.

Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) has the most weekly Cancun flights, 60. The Mexican leisure destination is accessible from 34 airports.

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