Two of Miami International Airport’s newest airlines are quickly increasing service at the airport, just months after launching service.
Service increases at MIA were announced by both Southwest and JetBlue last week.
The two have quickly become among the busiest airlines at MIA.
Southwest, which just launched service to MIA in November, already ranks fifth by passengers carried as of January.
Jetblue, which launched at MIA last month, is also at or near the top five.
With the latest announcement, Southwest will add service to Atlanta, Dallas Love Field, Denver, and Nashville. The airline already flies to Baltimore, Houston Hobby, and Chicago Midway, and will have a total of 16 daily flights.
Jetblue will add a daily flight to Hartford on June 24, bringing their total daily flight count to 15.
In total, the two airlines will reach a combined 31 daily flights with the newly added flights.
By comparison, American Airlines and its regional affiliate had an average of 195 flights per day in January.