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competitive advantage as a central point for connecting transcontinental passengers.
Frontier Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of
Indianapolis-based Republic Airways, maintains
its rank as DIA’s second-largest carrier. Frontier’s
largest hub remains in Denver, and the carrier also
operates a smaller hub in Milwaukee. Southwest
Airlines entered the Denver market in 2006 and
is DIA’s third-largest carrier. DIA ranks as the airline’s fifth-largest station. Southwest is in the
process of merging with AirTran; the merger is
expected to be completed in Q1 2012. The impact
of the integration has already touched Denver—
Southwest will begin flights between Denver and
Atlanta in February 2012. Further positive impacts
are expected for Denver in 2012 and beyond,
including new domestic routes and the potential for international service by Southwest from
In total, 14 airlines provide scheduled commercial
passenger service at DIA, including four foreignflag carriers (AeroMexico to Mexico City, Air
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