Bradley International soon offering non-stop flights to Denver



Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks will soon be offering non-stop flights to Denver, the Connecticut Airport Authority announced on Monday. Connecting flights will also run through Denver International Airport (DEN).

The service will begin on May 5 of this year. It will utilize an Airbus 319 aircraft with 128 seats.

“The CAA strives to connect leisure travelers and businesses to the nation’s most desirable cities,” said CAA Board Chair Mary Ellen Jones. “With the introduction of this flight we are pleased to enhance the travel opportunities for passengers traveling through Bradley.”

“United is proud to offer our Connecticut customers a convenient and comfortable way to travel to Denver,” said United’s regional sales manager Jack Purdy.

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