Southwest Airlines plans to begin constructing its first maintenance hangar at the Denver International Airport (DEN) this summer. According to a representative for the Dallas-based carrier, the decision to add a new hangar in Denver was based on flight activity in the city and the airline’s “aggressive plans for the future” to continue supporting its network within the western half of the US. Southwest said it carries more local travelers to and from Denver than any ...

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