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ST. LOUIS (KSDK) – Southwest Airlines is expanding services for three routes at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport this year.

Starting September 30, there will be a new nonstop service to San Francisco International Airport. The airline will also increase its flights from two to three to Los Angeles International Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

The DCA service will increase from two to three flights, and LAX will increase from two daily roundtrips to three daily roundtrips.

The LAX increase will happen June 8, and DCA service change will go into effect Nov. 2.

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