DALLAS — Southwest Airlines Co., looking to expand its U.S.-only service, said Monday it will sell tickets for travel to Mexico beginning in 2010 through a deal with Mexican partner Volaris.
The announcement comes a few months after Southwest announced a similar deal with WestJet Airlines that will allow it to sell travel to Canada late next year.
Dallas-based Southwest offered no details of fares or flight schedules for the deal with Volaris, saying that would be worked out by early 2010. Volaris was founded in 2006 and serves 23 cities in Mexico.
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