The Boulder Journal
The Mexican city of Cabo San Lucas should get a whole new batch of tourist as new flights have been added to the city from Denver, Colorado. Flight from Denver should arrive at their destination at about 3 hours considering the time difference. The flight will be administered by Southwest airlines.
DENVER — Coloradans looking to escape the state's chilly confines have one more way to do it now that Southwest has added a direct flight to Baja California, Mexico.
The new flight begins March 10 — just in time for spring break — with flights departing from Denver International Airport daily at 8:30 a.m. (Mountain Time) and arriving at Los Cabos International Airport in Mexico at 10:46 a.m. (Pacific Time). It leaves Los Cabos in the afternoon and arrives in Denver in the evening.
Despite reports in other media and in an airline press release that the flight can be purchased onwww.Southwest.com, at press time it was only available on www.AirTran.com – the site of Southwest's wholly owned subsidiary AirTran Airways.