Frontier Airlines Starts New Service on 20 Routes This December - Adds Two New Destinations to Route Map
New Flights in Buffalo and Grand Rapids open the airlines’ 69th and 70th destinations
DENVER, COLO. – Low-cost carrier, Frontier Airlines, continues its mission to deliver low fares nationwide, starting new service on 20 routes this December. Last week, Frontier inaugurated flights from Buffalo, N.Y. to four Florida cities. This week, the airline will launch new service from Grand Rapids, Mich. to two Florida destinations. In addition, the carrier has already announced it will begin service to 12 new cities in the first six months of 2018.
Earlier this month, the airline continued to expand its low-fare service from Tampa with new flights to Columbus, Ohio. This comes after recent additions of new service between the popular Florida destination and Buffalo; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Indianapolis; Islip, N.Y.; Kansas City, Mo.; Milwaukee; Minneapolis/St. Paul; Nashville, Tenn.; Providence, R.I. and St. Louis.
These new cities added to the carrier’s route map brings the total number of current destinations served to 70. In Buffalo, Frontier commenced service to four destinations, Frontier will begin service to Denver in the spring while flights to Fort Myers, Fla.; Miami; Orlando, Fla.; and Tampa, Fla. began earlier this month. In Grand Rapids new service will begin to Fort Myers and Orlando, with service to Denver starting in April.
In addition to the service noted above the following flights also begin this month:
Cedar Rapids, Iowa to/from:
Chicago O-Hare to/from:
Puerto Vallarta, Mex.
Fort Myers to/from:
Kansas City to/from:
Las Vegas to/from:
Frontier Airlines is committed to delivering ‘Low Fares Done Right’ to over 100 cities in the United States, Canada, Dominican Republic and Mexico on 400 daily flights. Headquartered in Denver, Frontier Airlines is the proud recipient of the Federal Aviation Administration’s 2018 Diamond Award for maintenance excellence and was named the industry’s most fuel-efficient airline by The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) as a result of superior technology and operational efficiencies.
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