United Airlines has announced the addition of two new routes from its Denver hub.
ExpressJet will operate a nonstop once daily flight between Denver and Shreveport, Louisiana, under the United Express banner using an Embraer 145 regional jet beginning on 28 August.
SkyWest will also operate nonstop three-times daily flight between Denver and Grand Forks, North Dakota, using a Bombardier CRJ200 beginning on 3 October.
Chicago-based United will be the only airline to operate flights from Denver to Shreveport and Grand Forks, according to Innovata schedules.
The airline is also expanding its existing seasonal summer service between Denver and Anchorage to year-round service.
United began operating the seasonal service between Denver and Anchorage on 1 May using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft.