Southwest Airlines has announced a change in service to Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP).
According to the airline, Southwest Airlines will discontinue direct service from GSP to Nashville and rely more heavily on connecting passengers through Houston and Chicago rather than Nashville.
According to data collected by Southwest, about 50 percent of the passengers flying from GSP to Nashville are actually connecting to other Southwest flights for travel to destinations beyond the Nashville hub. With this change, passengers departing GSP will have greater travel options flying Southwest from GSP to Houston or GSP to Chicago Mid-Way.
"Southwest is dedicated to our customers in Greenville-Spartanburg. We do adjust our flight schedules seasonally and make decisions based on customer demand. Although flight numbers may change, Southwest's plans to continue bringing our low fares and legendary customer service to GSP has not changed," said Southwest Airlines spokesperson Dan Landson.
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