INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Southwest Airlines announced on Monday it will more than double its flights out of Washington D.C., including a new nonstop route to Indianapolis.
Officials said by year’s end, the airline will offer 44 daily departures to 14 destinations from Reagan National Airport.
The daily, nonstop flights will begin Nov. 2 and will fly from Washington Reagan National Airport to:
- Akron-Canton (new route)
- Dallas Love Field (new route)
- Houston (Hobby) (additional flights)
- Indianapolis (new route)
- St. Louis (additional flights)
The carrier will publish its November schedules in mid-May, a release said.