Posted on: 27 April 2010 by Mark Howells
Southwest Airlines has announced the addition of two new nonstop routes – from Minneapolis/St Paul (MSP) and Boston Logan (BOS) to its operation at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).
Beginning on 15 August, Southwest will begin two daily nonstops between PHX–MSP. This is the fourth nonstop destination served out of MSP since its opening in March 2009. It currently offers nonstop service to Chicago Midway (MDW), Denver (DEN), and St Louis (STL).
From 7 September, Southwest will begin one daily nonstop service between PHX and BOS, complementing its other New England services from both T.F. Green Airport (PVD) in Providence and Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) in Manchester, New Hampshire. Both MHT and PVD offer one daily nonstop flight to PHX.
This marks the sixth announced daily nonstop destination served out of BOS since its opening in August 2009. It currently offers nonstop service to Chicago Midway (MDW), Baltimore/Washington (BWI), Denver (DEN), St Louis (STL) and is scheduled to begin flights to Philadelphia on 27 June.