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Southwest adds nonstops from Chicago to Spokane, starting June 2

Southwest Airlines  announced Monday it will begin one nonstop route between Chicago Midway International Airport and Spokane International Airport,  starting June 2.

The new service includes legs to and from Chicago to Jacksonville, Fla. The morning flights come from Florida to Chicago, then continue to Spokane. The same option, the other direction, allows no-change, one-stop flights from GEG to Jacksonville, said Southwest spokesman Brad Hawkins.

The Spokane-Midway service will run daily through Sept. 8. The new service between Midway and Jacksonville Airport runs from June 2 to Sept. 28.

This is the first nonstop flights between Spokane and Midway on Southwest, Hawkins said.

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