Southwest Airlines will start service to two destinations in Mexico in August. The Dallas-based carrier previously announced it would fly to Montego Bay in Jamaica, Nassau in the Bahamas and Aruba from July 1, marking the first Southwest-branded international flights. As with those destinations, flights to Cancun and San Jose del Cabo/Los Cabos in Mexico will be conversions from AirTran Airways-branded flights. Southwest acquired AirTran in 2011 and plans to completely retire the AirTran ...

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