outhwest Airlines is expanding its nonstop service from the Upstate to the western U.S.
The airline is expanding its presence at GreenvilleSpartanburg International Airport with the addition of new nonstop service to Denver International Airport beginning June 8.
The new flights will operate on Saturdays and Sundays and will provide GSP travelers with more convenient and affordable travel options to the Mile High City and beyond, the release stated. Southwest currently offers daily nonstop service to Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and weekend service to Houston P. Hobby Airport.
“We are thrilled that Southwest Airlines continues to invest in the Upstate SC region,” said Dave Edwards, President and CEO of the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport. “This expansion will provide our community with more choices for their travel needs and allow more visitors to experience our tremendous tourism assets. We believe this demonstrates the airline’s confidence in the strength of our region and the potential for future growth at GSP.”
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Southwest Airlines has had a presence at GSP since 2011. The addition of nonstop service to Denver expands connectivity to numerous destinations in the western U.S. through Southwest’s vast network from Denver, the release stated
The new flights begin June 8. Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.