Southwest Adds New Destinations, Kentucky Derby Package

 
 
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Southwest Adds New Destinations, Kentucky Derby Package

Published 04/02/2010

(Orlando, Florida) - Southwest Airlines has announced 26 new destinations across the United States for its vacation packages. There are outdoor adventures in Portland or Spokane, romantic getaways in Long Island, or beach vacations in Corpus Christi, among the plentiful options.

The latest additions are: Albany, New York; Amarillo, Texas; Birmingham, Alabama; Boise, Idaho; Columbus, Ohio; Corpus Christi, Texas; El Paso, Texas; Hartford, Connecticut; Houston, Texas; Indianapolis, Indiana; Jackson, Missouri; Kansas City, Missouri; Little Rock, Arkansas; Long Island, New York; Louisville, Kentucky; Lubbock, Texas; Midland/Odessa, Texas; Minneapolis/St.Paul, Minnesota; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Omaha, Nebraska; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Portland, Oregon; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Spokane, Washington; St. Louis, Missouri and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

To learn more about all of the vacation destinations Southwest Airlines Vacations offers or to book a vacation package, visit www.southwestvacations.com.

Customized Vacation Packages Include:

Roundtrip flight via Southwest Airlines, hotel accommodations (including taxes), Rapid Rewards credit on flight portion, 24-hour traveler assistance, first and second checked bags are free (weight and size limits apply).
 
Flights available on published, scheduled service only. All Rapid Rewards rules and regulations apply. The Mark Travel Corporation is the tour operator for Southwest Airlines Vacations.

For more information or reservations, book online at www.southwestvacations.com, or call 1-800-423-5683.

The airline also recently announced its flight plus hotel plus Kentucky Derby ticket vacation package to any Southwest Airlines Vacations property in Louisville.

Flight and hotel inventory is limited due to the popularity of this event.

For Oaks Day, April 30 packages include the infield for $55 per person. Grandstand sections are $110 per person. Section 111 box seats (includes clubhouse access) are $145 per person.

For the Kentucky Derby on May 1, infield is $75 per person, grandstand sections are $295 per person, and section 111 Box Seats (includes clubhouse access) are $399 per person.

For complete details on this offer, visit: www.southwestvacations.com/specials/special.asp?special=FS0581

 
     

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