San Juan, Puerto Rico, will continue to be served by AirTran Airways, as the airline merges into Southwest Airlines. When the consolidation is complete, Southwest Airlines will then have San Juan, Puerto Rico on its route for the first time.
Southwest Airlines acquired AirTran Airways last year. Southwest plans to convert operations from AirTran Airways to Southwest, at 22 domestic and international airports. In addition to San Juan, Puerto Rico, other domestic cities Southwest will keep are: Akron-Canton, Ohio; Branson, Mo.; Charlotte; Dayton, Ohio; Des Moines; Flint, Mich.; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Key West, Fla.; Memphis; Pensacola, Fla.; Portland, Maine; Richmond, Va.; Rochester, N.Y.; Washington Reagan National; and Wichita, Kansas. The international routes Southwest will keep are: Aruba; Bermuda; Cancún, Mexico; Montego Bay, Jamaica; Nassau, Bahamas; and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.