Southwest Begins Denver Service, Adds More Flights

Southwest Airlines has begun service at Denver International Airport with 13 daily nonstop flights to Chicago Midway, Las Vegas and Phoenix. The airline also said that beginning March 4 it will offer new nonstop service between Denver and Baltimore/Washington (one daily nonstop departure) and between Denver and Salt Lake City (four daily nonstops). Nonstop flights to Baltimore/Washington start as low as $99 one-way with 21-day advance purchase, and nonstop flights to Salt Lake City start at $49 one-way with 21-day advance purchase. Also, beginning March 4, 2006, Southwest will add a fifth daily nonstop flight between Denver and Phoenix and a sixth daily nonstop between Denver and Las Vegas. Visit [www.southwest.com].

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