Southwest Airlines recently unveiled its plans for an extended service offering at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, as detailed in an official statement from the airport. Commencing on June 8, 2024, the airline will introduce a brand-new nonstop route to Denver International Airport, further enhancing the travel options available to passengers.
The additional flights are set to operate exclusively on weekends, specifically Saturdays and Sundays. This strategic move aims to cater to the preferences of GSP travelers, offering more accessible and budget-friendly journeys to the Mile High City, Denver. The expansion complements Southwest’s existing daily nonstop services to prominent destinations like Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport, Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, and Houston P. Hobby Airport on weekends.
David Edwards, the President and CEO of Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, expressed his enthusiasm about this development, stating, “We are thrilled that Southwest Airlines continues to invest in the Upstate SC region. 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.”
For those interested in booking tickets for these new services, reservations can be made conveniently through southwest.com. Southwest Airlines’ commitment to expanding their services at GSP highlights their dedication to facilitating travel for the Upstate South Carolina community and beyond.