Southwest Launches Partnership with Mexican Carrier

by  Jennifer Mills | Nov 15, 2010
Southwest Airlines plane
Southwest Airlines plane / Boarding1Now/iStock

Southwest Airlines has announced the upcoming debut of its “International Connect” system in partnership with Mexico’s Volaris Airlines – passengers can now book flights on the two separate airlines and coordinate baggage transfers all through Southwest’s website. Southwest has also launched a bilingual call center with international customer service representatives on hand to facilitate travel on the new service. International Connect flights feature service to five sites, including Guadalajara, Morelia, Zacatecas, Cancun, and Mexico City – they can be booked in association with Southwest flights via the Los Angeles, Oakland, or San Jose airports for travel beginning December 1.

For general trip-planning information, see our Mexico Travel Guide, then use our Travel Search price comparison tool to find the lowest rates on hotels, airfare, packages, and more.

Up next...

Alaska Offers Boundless Opportunities for Adventure Travel

Mendenhall Glacier National Park in Alaska
Find The Best Cruises
Find a cruise

Find the best deals!

Click on multiple sites to get the lowest prices

Click on multiple sites to get the lowest prices