Southwest announces three times a day flights from Vegas

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Southwest Airlines announced it will launch three-times-a-day flights from Las Vegas to the California cities of Santa Barbara and Fresno in April with fares that will be as low as $39 each way.

The Santa Barbara flight starts April 12 and the Fresno flight starts April 25.

In October, Southwest Airlines announced it will launch twice-daily nonstop service between Las Vegas and Colorado Springs just in time for March Madness.

It’s part of a service expansion from Colorado Springs that covers Las Vegas, Denver, Chicago, Phoenix, and Dallas. The fare starts at $59 one way for the service that launches March 11.

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