Denver (AP) Southwest Airlines says it'll offer 13 daily
nonstop flights to Chicago–Midway, Las Vegas and Phoenix when it begins serving Denver International Airport early next year. Southwest announced last week it would return to Denver, almost 20 years after serving the old Stapleton International Airport from 1983 to 1986.
Dallas–based Southwest will offer four daily nonstops to
Chicago–Midway, five to Las Vegas, and four to Phoenix. The
low–fare airline will occupy two gates on D.I.A's 'C' concourse, and employ about 40 local workers.
One–way fares to Las Vegas and Phoenix will start at $59, and $79 dollars to Midway.
Southwest will also offer direct or connecting service to 36 other destinations. The flights will begin January third.
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