Southwest Airlines (Major Carrier)
Introduction to Southwest Air
Southwest Airlines, initially known as Southwest Air, was founded in 1967 and has since grown becoming the world's biggest low-cost airline.
Southwest has established a position for itself, creating a devoted following owing to two factors: it provides two free checked baggage (based on weight and size) and does not charge for flight changes.
If you've never flown with Southwest or are considering doing so in the coming days, here are some things you should know about the Texas-based airline:
You can use your Rapid Rewards points to go to new areas. You'll be arranging your next vacation in no time thanks to limitless reward seats, no ban dates, and never-expiring points.
What destinations does Southwest fly to?
Belize, Mexico, Cancun, Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, and San Jose, Costa Rica are among the 100 domestic routes and ten international destinations served by Southwest. Southwest does not provide service to Europe or Asia.
For every check luggage, the allowed weight and size are 50 pounds and 62 inches (length, breadth, and height). Overweight and oversized bags weighing 51 to 100 pounds and measuring over 62 inches but less than 80 inches will be allowed for a $75 fee.
Damaged, faulty, or recalled lithium batteries are not permitted in checked luggage, carry-on bags, or cargo for safety purposes.
To protect yourself and the employees who look after your bags, kindly ensure that any sharp things are covered and fastened appropriately.
Embargoes on enormous, overweight, and additional checked luggage exist in some nations. If you're flying to a destination that's subject to an embargo, your airline will inform you.