Mexico and Puerto Rico, AirTran’s new foreign destinations





AirTran and Southwest Airlines, which have recently merged, will be adding new routes, including foreign destinations, beginning next year.

The airline announced on Sunday that AirTran is adding nonstop services between Fort Lauderdale, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico. It will also add routes to Mexico from San Antonio, Texas and from the Orange County, California.

Nevertheless, Southwest is still waiting to get government approvals for the routes, which means tickets can’t be sold yet.



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