OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Southwest Airlines will begin twice-daily flights from Oakland International Airport to Palm Springs, the Port of Oakland announced Thursday.

Southwest has published the schedule of non-stop flights between Oakland and Palm Springs, listing flights departing OAK at 9:05 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. and flights departing PSP at 8:30 a.m. and 4:25 p.m.

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The flights were scheduled to begin on November 15 and were on sale Thursday on the Southwest website.

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“Palm Springs is an often requested yet unserved destination from the East Bay,” Port of Oakland Director of Aviation Bryant Francis said in a news release. “So, we’re especially pleased that the new service will allow over 4 million East Bay residents to use their home airport when they fly to Palm Springs.”

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Flights between Oakland and Palm Springs will be aboard full-size Boeing 737 jets, the port said. Palm Springs becomes the seventh Southern California destination that Southwest Airlines serves from Oakland International.