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February 04, 2013

Southwest unveils late summer flight schedule, converts Grand Rapids from AirTran

Southwest Airlines announced on Monday that it will convert Grand Rapids from AirTran's service on August 11.

It will be the 11th AirTran city that Southwest has converted to its network since purchasing AirTran in 2011.

The Dallas-based carrier also revealed its flight schedule for late summer travel starting on August 9 through September 27. Southwest said it will discontinue eleven seasonal non-stop routes and permanently end five non-stop flights. None of the changes will affect Southwest's service out of Dallas Love Field.

To see the list of markets affected, click here.

-Andrea Ahles

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