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Southwest launching BWI-S.C. service

Southwest Airlines is launching service from Baltimore-Washington Marshall International Airport to Charleston and Greensville-Spartanburg, S.C., starting next March.

The three daily roundtrip flights to Charleston and two daily trips to Greenville-Spartanburg will bring Southwest's total daily departures out of Baltimore to 187, an all-time high for the airport, the company said in a statement.

Southwest recently announced plans to merge with rival AirTran, which could open up the low-fare carrier to new business at Reagan National Airport in Arlington. Southwest is Washington's largest domestic airline, with more than 10.9 million passengers at BWI and Dulles.

By Derek Kravitz  | October 21, 2010; 10:50 AM ET
Categories:  Airports  
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