Air carriers with growing shares of passengers at Charleston International Airport continue to add new destinations.
The latest is Southwest Airlines. The Dallas-based carrier will launch once-a-week, nonstop service between the Lowcountry and Denver International Airport on Saturdays starting June 11, much to the delight of skiers and others visiting the Colorado capital.
“Southwest has again demonstrated confidence in the Charleston market by adding Denver,” said Billy Swails, chairman of the Charleston County Aviation Authority, which owns and operates Charleston International. “It is exciting to be able to offer new destinations for Charleston-area travelers and to see growth from the incumbent carriers.”
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