Southwest Airlines will resume selling alcohol on flights next month.
Those sales have been on hold during the pandemic.
USA Today reports it's starting with flights between the continental U.S.and Hawaii on June 24.
Beer and wine will be on the menu for those journeys.
Flights of more than 251 miles will have those drinks available starting July 14.
Vodka and whiskey will be on sale then also.
The carrier will start offering coffee on June 24.