Southwest Airlines plans to run daily, nonstop flights out of Denver International Airport to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, officials announced Tuesday.
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Southwest on Tuesday submitted an application to the U.S. Department of Transportation for the service. If Southwest gains the necessary regulatory approvals, the Dallas-based carrier plans to start service between Denver International Airport ( DEN) and Licenciado Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport ( PVR) in November.
Puerto Vallarta is Southwest’s fourth destination in Mexico. The carrier also flies to Cancun, Mexico City and San Jose del Cabo.
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Southwest plans to initiate its Puerto Vallarta service with a daily flight out of John Wayne Airport Orange County in California on June 7.
More details about the Denver-to-Puerto Vallarta services — including flight times and fares — will be disclosed in the coming weeks, officials said.