Southwest Airlines files applications to serve six International destinations

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Dallas, Texas December 12 2014 (STAT):-Southwest Airlines filed applications with the U.S. Department of Transportation requesting approval to serve six destinations in Latin America with nonstop service from William P. Hobby Airport in Houston.  
"We're building our first-ever international terminal project to give Houstonians, visitors to Houston, and our connecting Customers exceptional value and legendary Customer Service in international markets for which there is great demand. Service to Mexico will be the cornerstone of our international operation at Hobby and the four cities we are announcing today provide exciting travel and business options for consumers.  Adding Belize to the Southwest network and growing our Costa Rica service continues our expansion to international destinations where our People and consumer-friendly policies can deliver as no other airline can." said Gary Kelly, Southwest Airlines Chairman, President, and CEO.
Beside, the Houston Hobby International Terminal Project will add five new gates, enabling scheduled international service from Hobby.
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