Southwest Airlines Las Vegas
Travel systemwide from $49 to $159 one-way with 14-day advance purchase! Book by December 14 for travel through May 10, 2007.
Regional Sales with 14-day advance purchase
Book by December 14 for travel through May 10, 2007.
-Travel within the state of California for $49 one-way.
-Travel to/from Texas cities for $49 or $79 one-way.
-Travel between select Midwest cities for $49 one-way.
-Travel between the Northwest and select cities from $49 to $99 one-way.
-Travel long distance between Houston, TX and select cities for $89 or $99 one-way.
-Travel to/from Long Island, NY for $99 or less one-way.
Fly between Dallas Love Field and select cities from $39 to $79 one-way with 14-day advance purchase!
Book by December 1, 2006 for travel December 1, 2006 through March 9, 2007
||Animals and Pets
Southwest Airlines does not accept live animals in the aircraft cabin
or cargo compartment other than fully trained assistance animals
accompanying a person with a disability or being delivered to a person
with a disability.
Screening and Identification: Checked baggage
will be screened and is subject to physical inspection as mandated by the TSA.
Customers may be required to present identification. Regulations require name
identification on the outside. We recommend placing identification on the inside
of baggage, too. Name labels are available at Southwest Airlines ticket counters.
Once you've checked your luggage, make sure you receive a separate claim check
for each piece of baggage you've checked. Check to make sure that the city
shown on the claim check(s) matches your final destination.
For each ticketed Customer,
Southwest allows three (3) checked pieces with size limitations for each
Excess baggage will be
charged at the rate of $50.00 for the first (1st) through the ninth (9th)
extra bag and $110.00 for each piece checked thereafter.
Weight and Size Allowance
Maximum weight is 50 pounds and maximum size is 62 inches (length +
width + height) per checked piece of luggage. Effective March 1, 2005,
overweight items from 51 to 70 pounds will be accepted for a charge of
$25.00 per item. Items weighing from 71 to 100 pounds and oversized
items in excess of 62 inches but not more than 80 inches (i.e.,
surfboards, bicycles, vaulting poles) will be accepted for a charge of
$50.00 per item. Any item weighing more than 100 pounds must be shipped
as Air Cargo. However, Customers cannot use SWA Cargo unless classified
as a Known Shipper as defined by the FAA or FAA approved Indirect Air
Unless excess value is declared
and charges paid at the time of checkin, Southwest Airlines' liability for
lost, damaged or delayed baggage is limited to $2,800.00 per fare-paying
Damaged or lost baggage must be
reported, in person, within four hours of Customer's arrival at destination.
and/or fragile items will be conditionally accepted and Southwest will not be
responsible for any damage to items that are tagged with Conditional Acceptance.
When checking luggage, allow
sufficient time for it to be placed on your flight. Luggage checked less than
30 minutes before scheduled departure at curbside or at the ticket counter
will be tagged with a Late Check-In Tag. The following airports now require a 45-minute baggage checkin or the baggage will be considered Late Checked:
-Baltimore/Washington International (BWI)
-Chicago Midway (MDW)
-Las Vegas (LAS)
-Los Angeles (LAX)
-Washington Dulles (IAD)
Although every effort will be made to get late checked baggage on your
flight, in the event your baggage does not arrive with you at your
destination, Southwest will not assume delivery charges to get your
baggage to you.
In keeping with new security directives from the TSA, strict limitations are being
imposed on carryon items.
Airline passengers may now carry only one bag plus one smaller, personal-type item onboard the airplane.
Personal-type items include purses, briefcases, cameras, food containers, or laptops (case included).
Southwest Airlines limits carryon bag dimensions to 10x16x24 inches.
All Customers and Employees and their items are subject to a thorough, physical search.
The following items are not considered carryon bags or personal-type items and are not counted against the one-bag plus one personal-type item limit:
-A child restraint device for a child who has been ticketed, who has a seat reserved, or for which complimentary, available space exists.
-Assistive/mobility devices for individuals with a disability. There is no limit to the number of assistive/mobility devices a Customer can bring onboard the aircraft.
-Outer garments or other wearable articles of clothing.
-Food for consumption during flight contained in disposable packaging.
-Walking canes or umbrellas.
Dry Cell Batteries
Any Alkaline, NiCad, Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH), Silver Oxide and Carbon Zinc batteries similar to those used in flashlights or commonly used electronic devices are allowed onboard the aircraft.
These items must be securely installed in equipment or have exposed terminals protected in a manner to prevent short circuit. Electrical tape, individually bagging batteries in sealable plastic bags, or plastic covers designed to protect the terminals from short circuit would all meet this requirement.
Spillable Wet Cell
Wet cell batteries (like most car or motorcycle batteries) are not allowed in checked or carryon baggage.
The only exception is for a Customers wheelchair or assistive device. If your wheelchair/assistive device is powered by a spillable wet cell battery, the battery will be removed from the wheelchair and transported in a special battery box. To allow for proper handling, please arrive at the gate one hour prior to departure and notify the Customer Service Agent on duty that the battery is a wet cell spillable battery.
Nonspillable Wet Cell
Equipment containing nonspillable wet cell batteries (gel cell or absorbent glass mat) can be carried as cargo (Shippers must meet all applicable security requirements). The equipment with the battery installed must be protected from short circuit and securely packaged. The package must be marked "Nonspillable" or "Nonspillable Battery."
If you are traveling with a wheelchair or other assistive device that has a nonspillable battery, it is important to note that the battery will be disconnected at the quick disconnect, securely attached to the wheelchair/assistive device during transport, and reattached upon arrival at the destination.
-If your musical instrument does not meet the sizing requirements for carryon items (10x16x24), it will be handled as checked baggage provided you do not wish to purchase a seat for the instrument.
-In the event you are traveling with a musical instrument that is larger than our sizing requirements for carryon luggage and is fragile in nature, you may purchase a seat for the instrument and carry it in the cabin under the following conditions:
-The instrument must fit in the seat without blocking aircraft signage and be secured with a seatbelt.
-The instrument must be placed in a row of seats aft of a bulkhead or divider.
-Reservations must be made and a ticket must be purchased at a charge no greater than the Childs Fare. Musical instruments cannot be transported in place of a free companion under any fare promotion.
-Instruments that are transported in a soft-sided case or other packaging that is not strong enough to protect the instrument under normal baggage handling conditions will be conditionally accepted, which means that Southwest assumes no liability for any damage sustained to the item during transport.
Advice to Pregnant Passengers
While air travel does not usually cause problems during pregnancy
unless delivery is expected within 14 days or less, in some cases,
traveling by air has been known to cause complications or premature
labor. Female Customers at any stage of pregnancy should consult with
their physicians prior to air travel. Southwest Airlines strongly
recommends against air travel after the 38th week of pregnancy.
Depending on their physical condition, strength, and agility, pregnant
women may, in some cases, be asked not to sit in an emergency exit seat.
When a Customer loses a ticket, or a portion of his ticket, he will be
required to purchase another ticket at the appropriate fare before
transportation will be furnished between points covered by the lost
ticket. There will be no refund or replacement of a lost ticket.
Travelers 65 years of age or over may get details on fares, limitations, and any restrictions via Reservations on southwest.com,
from a Southwest Airlines Reservations Sales Agent or a travel agent.
Fares are subject to change until tickets are purchased, but Senior
Fare tickets are fully refundable