Southwest Airlines will begin nonstop service to three new destinations from Denver on January 10.

Southwest Airlines will begin nonstop service to three new destinations from Denver on January 10.

The airline will launch services from Denver to Boston Logan International Airport (whose IATA three-letter airport code is BOS), Spokane International Airport in Washington (GEG) and Reno-Tahoe International Airport in Nevada (RNO).

The new services are now available for booking. To book travel, visit www.southwest.com.

Southwest Airlines operates an all-Boeing 737 fleet and its 737 fleet is the largest in the world

Southwest Airlines operates an all-Boeing 737 fleet and its 737 fleet is the largest in the world

“Denver has been, and will continue to remain a focus market for us, and we are committed to adding more flights to more places from the Mile High City,” said Bob Jordan, Southwest’s executive vice president of strategy and planning. “We are connecting our fastest growing city, Denver, to our newest destination, Boston Logan, as well as adding two new travel options from Denver to the west with Reno/Tahoe and Spokane.”

On January 10, Southwest Airlines will begin operating two daily nonstop round-trips between Denver and Boston Logan; one daily round-trip between Denver and Spokane; and one daily round-trip between Denver and Reno/Tahoe.