Frontier Airlines will be adding flights to four cities it now serves New Orleans, Orlando, Phoenix, San Diego, and two new cities, Cincinnati and San Jose, California.
Starting August 16, the large green letters of Frontier Airlines will be taking off at its newest destination, beginning to phase in 11 direct routes and bringing 10 new destinations to MacArthur Airport. United and Southwest airlines also offer some nonstop flights, but the difference is price and amenities.
To accompany its expansion plans, the Denver-based ultra-low-cost carrier is offering tickets for as low as $39.
The destination additions coincide with the carrier's introduction of low-fare service to 21 new cities and 85 new routes, encompassing 90 percent of the US population.
The new route gives Frontier 18 destinations from Cleveland Hopkins - more than any other carrier. The new routes will allow Frontier to double its nonstop flight by next summer to 314. Before the 2018 summer, Frontier will be operating 314 non-stop flights, which is double the number it flies now.
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Sunny locales like Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Fort Myers, Fla., and Cancun, Mexico will all get expanded service and its base in Denver will get 19 new destinations.
Airport officials spoke with Frontier executives a couple of years ago and were told the airline was interested in returning to Boise. Tampa's first nonstop flight to continental Europe in 15 years came with new service to Zurich, Switzerland, on Edelweiss Air.
Frontier is focused on more than low fares. New destinations include Albuquerque, Boise, El Paso, Ontario, Palm Springs, Reno and San Jose (California) with launch dates from October through next spring.
In announcing the expansion, Frontier CEO Barry Biffle said a fortified Denver network would help Frontier take advantage of its "natural share of connecting passengers".