I don’t have details yet, but United Airlines announced that it will begin flights in 2011 between Dallas Love Field and Denver.

Continental Express already flies between Love and Houston Bush Intercontinental on behalf of Continental Airlines, the other half of United Continental.

The United service will be on a regional aircraft flown by a United Express partner. The Wright amendment doesn’t allow airplanes with more than 56 seats to fly between Dallas Love Field and Denver. Southwest, with its 122-seat and 137-seat jets, has to make a stop between here and there for its Denver service.

With the new flights to Denver, there’ll be four passenger airlines with scheduled service to Love Field — Southwest, Continental Express, the United Express carrier and Pinnacle Airlines, which operates flights to Memphis as a Delta Connection carrier.

American Airlines and American Eagle, which served Dallas Love Field in 2006-2009, have vacated the airport while it’s being rebuilt. They say they expect to come back when the new terminal and gates are finished in the 2013-2014 time frame.

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