Get a Birds-Eye View of the Solar Eclipse on These Flights
Southwest Airlines is offering a once in a lifetime trip.
The upcoming solar eclipse nicknamed the Great American Total Solar Eclipse is being touted as a don't miss experience.
Here in Colorado, we should have decent seats for this phenomenon, but if you would like to go to the ultimate of viewing this event, call Southwest Airlines.
On August 21, Southwest is offering three different flights out of Denver International Airport that will take you along the path of the solar occurrence.
- Flight 1577 Denver to St. Loius at 10:20 a.m.
- Flight 301 Denver to Nashville at 10:20 a.m.
- Flight 1969 Denver to Atlanta at 9:50 a.m.
These flights are bound to give you a front row seat like no other for this celestial celebration. In addition, the airline will provide you with special viewing glasses and offer up "cosmic cocktails."
The one-way fares for these flights start at $148 for the St. Louis and Nashville flights, while the Atlanta trip will run you around $233.
This total solar eclipse will cross over most of the United States on Monday, August 21. From Portland, Oregon all the way to Charleston, South Carolina. It will start around 9:15 a.m. MST and last until 12:40 MST.