Southwest adding new flight at Cincinnati airport

Updated March 22, 2018
  • By Kara Driscoll
  • Staff Writer

Southwest Airlines is adding another new flight at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

Southwest Airlines’ new nonstop service from Cincinnati/Northern International Airport to Denver, Colorado (DEN) will begin Aug. 7. The new route will operate daily year round with Boeing 737 aircraft using a combination of 143 and 175 seat configurations.

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“This new route continues our growth in the region and adds more time saving itineraries to Denver and destinations in the western half of the United States,” said Dave Harvey, Southwest Airlines’ managing director of corporate sales. “Every flight on Southwest Airlines offers travelers the ability to change flights without paying change fees.”

Denver will be the third daily year-round destination served by Southwest at CVG. 

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