Two Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700s departed Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) Tuesday morning bound for the Caribbean, marking the first international flights in the 44-year history of the Dallas-based carrier. The first Southwest 737 departing BWI headed for Aruba while the second 737 headed for Montego Bay, Jamaica. Southwest is beginning branded international flying to Aruba, Montego Bay and Nassau in the Bahamas and in August will add Mexican destinations Cancun and ...

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