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Southwest Airlines To Begin Service To Three New Nonstop Cities From Denver

Frequent Flyer A
Southwest Airlines announced today that the airline will begin new nonstop service between Denver and Boston Logan; Denver and Spokane; and Denver and Reno/Tahoe.  The new service will be open for sale today for travel beginning Jan. 10, 2010.  To book travel, visit:         

“Denver has been, and will continue to remain a focus market for us, and we are committed to adding more flights to more places from the Mile High City,” said Executive Vice President of Strategy and Planning Bob Jordan.  “We are connecting our fastest growing city, Denver, to our newest destination, Boston Logan, as well as adding two new travel options from Denver to the west with Reno/Tahoe and Spokane.”       

BEGINNING JAN. 10, 2010:

* Two new daily nonstop roundtrips between Denver and Boston Logan.
* One new daily nonstop roundtrip between Denver and Spokane.
* One new daily nonstop roundtrip between Denver and Reno/Tahoe.   

After 38 years of service, Southwest Airlines, the nation’s leading low-fare carrier, continues to stand above other airlines—offering a reliable product with exemplary Customer Service.  Southwest Airlines is the most productive airline in the sky and offers Customers a comfortable traveling experience with all premium leather seats and plenty of legroom.  Southwest recently updated its gate areas and improved its boarding procedure to make flying Southwest Airlines even more convenient.  Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV), the nation's largest carrier in terms of domestic passengers enplaned, currently serves 67 cities (adding Milwaukee Nov. 1, 2009) in 34 states.  Based in Dallas, Southwest currently operates more than 3,200 flights a day and has nearly 35,000 Employees systemwide.

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Explorer C
Frontier is beginning to hear the snare drums in the distance.
Explorer C
This is the biggest slap in the face to MHT and PVD! Boston to Denver WOW! MHT,PVD actions speak louder then words....time to panic!!!! At least you know where that Cancelled MHT=PHX jet will be......down the road in Boston.
Explorer C
Nice to see WN expand at BOS. It would be nice to see Boston under the top ten cities served by Southwest!
Explorer C
Thanks ever so much for adding a flight to Reno/Tahoe.
Explorer C
Good things come to those who wait, better things come to those who go AFTER it!" I am excited to see Southwest continue to expand at Denver. It is amazing how fast the expansion has been at Denver. I have flown through it and the people there are wonderful. I am interested in transferring over to Denver in the near future. Will have to wait and see. Good Luck to SWA and hope these routes are successful!!! Alex
Explorer C
Dear Anonymous 09/10 19:19 -- When the brief, seasonal MHT-PHX reduction (from January 10th to February 10th, 2010) was published, the return of the MHT-PHX nonstop (effective 2/11/10) was also published. The new Denver-Boston, -Reno and -Spokane service operates well beyond 2/10/10, so I don't see it as something related to the one-month MHT-PHX schedule change. - Stuart in SWA Marketing
Explorer C
Thank you for the information Stuart. It's just frustrating, because Southwest keeps eliminating service at MHT. Southwest airlines has driven away many other airlines/ routes over the years in NH. As a NH resident its nice to be able to fly out of NH. So many people in NH fear the days of HAVING to drive to Boston to take a flight again. Manchester to Nashville eliminated. Manchester to Fort Lauderdale eliminated. Manchester to Phoenix eliminated briefly. 4 flight a day Manchester to Baltimore eliminated. 2 flights a day Manchester to Chicago eliminated. 3 flights a day Manchester to Orlando eliminated. Do you see Manchester getting any of these flights back, aside from MHT - Phoenix? Thank you.