this is exactly what I have been saying. WN's network is being concentrated at smaller airports and with fewer system flights. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/fitch-southwest-airline-realignment-may-165600842.html The planned expansion of services follows recent slot acquisitions at Reagan National Airport and LaGuardia Airport and the anticipated expiration of the Wright Amendment later in October, which limited flights of more than 56 seats from flying nonstop from Dallas' Love Field to other airports in the region. In our view, these changes indicate the carrier remains focused on expanding in larger markets such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago Midway, and Denver. In the near term, this could mean a decline of flights to smaller markets the airline has served for decades. We believe additional alignments of this kind will continue as Southwest maintains capacity controls across its fleet and stays on course with its ongoing integration of recently acquired AirTran airlines.