Southwest started the sale with prices as low as $49 one-way



Sale ends Thursday.

Southwest Airlines are seen on the tarmac at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in 2010. Joe Riddle/Getty Images

  • JetBlue just kicked off its “Big Winter Sale.”

Travelers can get Southwest one-way tickets starting at $49 during a limited-time sale for winter and spring flights that began Tuesday.

The sale, which ends Thursday at 11:59 p.m., is valid for travel between January 31 and May 17.

The three-day sale follows the collapse of an airline in Dallas that canceled more than 15,000 flights over the holidays, stranding customers and misplacing luggage.

“When some of our systems and processes were disrupted by Winter Storm Elliott, causing widespread disruption, we canceled vacation travel for millions of people,” Southwest CEO Bob Jordan said Thursday. “We are taking immediate action to address the massive inconvenience and the issues that contributed to it.”

According to Jordan, the company processes tens of thousands of returns and refunds a day, “not contagious” until every affected customer is taken care of.

During the sale, deals from Boston’s Logan Airport are $49 one-way to Chicago, $59 to Savannah, $69 to Nashville and Charleston, $75 to Orlando, $99 to San Diego, and more.

Tickets must be purchased 21 days prior to travel and prices include all US and international government taxes and fees.

Travelers should note that blackout dates are February 16-20, depending on the airline, and seats and markets are limited. Rates apply to non-stop service where indicated. If non-stop service is not listed, the sale applies to one-way connecting service depending on the airline.


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