PALM SPRINGS (CNS) – Daily year-round flight service to San Jose from
Palm Springs was announced today by Southwest Airlines.
The nonstop flights from Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) will
begin on Nov. 6, making it the third nonstop service to a Northern
California airport from Southwest Airlines.
“We’re thrilled to see the continued investment in our community by
Southwest,” said Palm Springs Mayor Lisa Middleton. “Since their arrival,
we’ve seen our airport set new passenger records, add more and more nonstop
options, and we now have more summer service than ever before. I want to thank
Southwest for continuing to grow at PSP.”
Southwest Airlines will have nine nonstop services with the upcoming
one to San Jose — six operating year-round and three operating seasonally.
Southwest has grown their service with PSP since Nov. 15, 2020, when
they joined the airport.
The airline also announced a second daily round-trip flight to Las
Vegas launching in July.
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