Southwestern Airlines tickets for its adventureland flights were cheaper on average than those at Adventureland Park, according to the airline’s latest ticket data.
Southwest Airlines said Thursday that it had made a number of adjustments to its flight pricing for the park and the two theme parks, which run at about the same cost per person.
For its most recent season, the airline said it charged about $7 more for a ticket than Adventureland, which includes more than a dozen theme parks and two islands.
The changes included a more affordable fare that included the cost of food and lodging.
Southwest said it was able to get a similar fare in the spring of 2018.
The new figures were released in the form of a new annual report filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The report shows Southwest had an adjusted profit for the year of $9.6 million, or about $1.5 million per flight.
That was up from a profit of $6.7 million, $1 million per ticket.
That compares to a profit loss of $2.5.
The report said Southwest had the lowest fuel costs on the Southwest segment in 2017, and the most frequent passengers.
The airline said the most popular trips were on two of the four theme parks in 2017.
Southwestern said it adjusted its annual revenue forecast by $200 million or 14 cents per share in 2018.