Why Southwest announced its coming to Charleston a year out

Image by Flickr user superciliousness

If you've been struck curious as to why Southwest Airlines has announced their coming to Charleston a full year out of doing flights, and a half-year before announcing routes, then know that it's because the discount airliner is planning to get to know Charleston well first.

According to Allyson Bird at The Post and Courier the carrier wants to study which routes will work well here and which have a lot of customer demand, and is wanting to work with local officials on it.

Go check out all the reasoning over here.

My thought was: All airlines don't do this?

Filed in