Southwest Cargo adds new Wichita services

US airline Southwest Cargo has announced it will begin offering four daily departures from a new facility in Wichita, Kansas.
The Texas-based airline’s cargo arm said that from July 14 it will begin offering cargo service on four daily departures from Wichita to Las Vegas, Phoenix, and St Louis with connecting services through to the rest of the Southwest Airlines system.
The cargo services are being operated through a new cargo centre that will be operated by express firm Leadfoot Express.
The airline launched its passenger services to St Louis and Phoenix on April 12, while the Las Vegas flight was an existing operation.
The St Louis service is offered twice a day, while the Phoenix and Las Vegas flights are once per day.

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