Southwest operates first international flights in its 44-year history

Credit: By Rob Finlayson
Two Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700s departed Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) Tuesday morning bound for the Caribbean, marking the first international flights in the 44-year history of the Dallas-based carrier. The first Southwest 737 departing BWI headed for Aruba while the...

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