Colorado Springs, CO – In January, the Colorado Springs Airport (COS) enplaned 26,761 passengers and a total of 53,868 passengers traveled through the terminal, however COS is continuing to experience a downturn in numbers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COS began the year with a 57.6% load factor, which is lower than the month of December and the same month last year.
COS’ number one priority remains the safety of travelers and employees. Masks are required throughout the airport and with each of the four carriers. Travelers will find signage regarding best practices for social distancing, mask usage, plastic shield barriers, increase of surface disinfection and reduced touchpoints in their travel experience.
Additionally, employees of all four carriers and the Airport are required by their employers to complete temperature scans before entering their work space. All of these measures are designed to slow or stop the spread of germs and viruses. The Airport also strongly urges passengers and guests to follow guidelines designed to keep themselves and others healthy and safe.
All four carriers at COS value customers’ health and safety. Please visit each carrier’s website for further information:
- Southwest Airlines – Service begins March 11, 2021
Airlines continue to evaluate air service demand and flight schedules.
- Daily nonstops to Dallas Ft. Worth (DFW)
- Nonstop to Chicago (ORD) – Currently resumes April 2, 2021
- Daily nonstops to Salt Lake City (SLC)
- Nonstop to Las Vegas (LAS) – schedules may vary by day of week
- Nonstop to Phoenix (PHX) – schedules may vary by day of week
- Daily nonstops to Chicago (ORD)
- Daily nonstops to Denver (DEN), easy connections worldwide
- Daily nonstops to Houston (IAH)
- Nonstop to Los Angeles (LAX)
- Southwest Airlines –13 daily flights begin March 11, 2021
- Daily nonstops to Denver (DEN), easy connections coast to coast
- Daily nonstops to Las Vegas (LAS)
- Daily nonstops to Phoenix (PHX)
- Daily nonstops to Dallas (Love Field – DAL)
- Daily nonstops to Chicago (Midway- MDW)