Fly to Memphis on Southwest Airlines

B.B. King's Blues Club: Bob Hazlett

B.B. King's Blues Club on Beale Street. Photo by Bob Hazlett

Memphis International Airport. Photo Credit: Memphis Airport Authority

Memphis International Airport

Panda Ya Ya at Memphis Zoo: Memphis Zoo

Ya Ya at Memphis Zoo

Chef Kelly English putting the final touches on a dish; Justin Fox Burks

Kelly English shows what makes him the best chef in Memphis. Photo by Justin Fox Burks.

Sun Studios. Photo Credit: Commercial Appeal

Sun Studio tours give you the opportunity to see where Elvis and Johnny Cash recorded. Photo by The Commercial Appeal.

Westin Beale Street Hotel Exterior at Dusk: Starwood Hotels and Resorts

Westin Beale Street Hotel. Photo provided by Starwood Hotels and Resorts

Memphis Zoo Sea Lions: Commercial Appeal

Sea Lions at the Memphis Zoo

Memphis Ribs with sides - Justin Fox Burks

Memphis barbecue is a delicious culinary club that inclues secret recipes and regional pride. Photo by Justin Fox Burks

Graceland: EPE

Graceland, Home of Elvis Presley

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Book your ticket to Memphis on Southwest Airlines.

It’s official. Southwest Airlines is open for business in Memphis! 

If you’re a visitor from Baltimore (BWI), Houston (HOU), Orlando (MCO), Chicago (MDW) or Tampa Bay (TPA), you no longer have an excuse not to visit the Home of the Blues and the Birthplace of Rock ’n’ Roll. Southwest began their nonstop Memphis service with six flights to and from these five destinations in November.

Memphis is home of the Stax Museum of American Soul Music, Sun Studio, Graceland and Beale Street - legendary studios and streets that will get your inner music lover “all shook up”. And if the rock 'n’ roll lifestyle isn’t your thing, you can enjoy the great outdoors on a Mississippi River Boat tour, excellent food at Central BBQ, Hog & Hominy, Restaurant Iris (and many, many more). Experience major events like the Memphis Grizzlies, Broadway shows at the Orpheum Theatre and outstanding family attractions like the Memphis Zoo, Pink Palace Museum and Children’s Museum of Memphis.

Bags fly free on Southwest, so buy up all the barbecue sauce and Memphis souvenirs you can handle. And if you need to stay an extra day or two in town to take in all the Memphis attractions, Southwest offers a no change fee.

Book your next trip or weekend getaway to Memphis on Southwest Airlines only at