Southwest Airlines will begin offering non-stop flights to Denver out of the Buffalo Niagara International Airport next summer, the Niagara Frontier Transportation authority announced Tuesday.
Until now, Buffalo has been Denver’s largest market without non-stop service, according to Kim Day, CEO of Denver International Airport.
The new service will offer weekly non-stop service on 737-700 aircraft with 143 seats.
Service begins June 11, but flights can be booked now. Non-stop fares on that date were showing prices from $189 to $456 Tuesday.
Southwest will also increase its service to Orlando from three flights per day to four this spring.