This summer, Southwest Airlines will introduce service from Phoenix to two destinations, Boston and Minneapolis/St. Paul.
The airline will fly twice a day between Phoenix and Minneapolis, starting Aug. 15.
Phoenix will become Southwest’s fourth destination served out of Minneapolis since the airline began operations there in March 2009. Southwest flies nonstop to Chicago Midway, Denver and St. Louis from Minneapolis.
On Sept. 7, Southwest will begin daily service between Phoenix and Boston. The airline already flies nonstop to Phoenix from two New England cities: Providence, R.I., and Manchester, N.H.
Southwest launched Boston operations last August, and currently flies from Boston to four destinations: Baltimore/Washington, Denver, St. Louis and Chicago Midway. Philadelphia service starts on June 27.