Southwest airline lanuches nonstop service to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

Published: Tuesday, November 6, 2018 By: Staff Reports Source: VeloCity

Southwest Airlines has launched its new nonstop flight to Ronald Reagan Washington National (DCA) from Will Rogers World Airport. The new route provides service to one of the City’s most requested airports.

“Nonstop service to DCA is a significant air service achievement for our community,” says Mark Kranenburg, airports director. “Oklahoma City has considerable connections to the nation’s capital. We are the seat of state government and have a sizable federal presence with Tinker AFB and the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center in addition to thriving business sectors such as energy, bioscience and aerospace. All will benefit from this added route.”

Washington Reagan is one of numerous WRWA air service enhancements over the last year. In addition to DCA, Southwest also began weekly service to Nashville last month. Frontier Airlines began operations at WRWA last November and offers nonstop service to Denver and Orlando. American Airlines introduced daily nonstop service to Philadelphia and Phoenix last summer and begins its nonstop service to DCA in February. Regional carrier Via Air introduced nonstop service to Austin.

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