Southwest Airlines will add flights from Nashville International Airport to Seattle, San Diego, Kansas City and Providence, starting this spring. The airline also plans to expand several routes and drop some flights, according to a news release from the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority. The changes begin in March with additional flights to Denver, Jacksonville, Las Vegas and Chicago. In late April, new seasonal flights to San Diego, Kansas City, Providence and Seattle begin; and the number of flights to Fort Myers, Florida, and Phoenix will be reduced.

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