Frontier Adding New Non-Stop Routes

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Frontier Airlines announces today that they are adding 42 new non-stop routes, as reported by USA Today. Most of these new routes are set to begin in mid-April and will be priced as low as $39 one-way to start according to the article.

Frontier Adding 42 New Non-Stop Routes

Frontier is adding two new cities — Orlando and Philadelphia — from Austin, two cities — Orlando and Chicago (O’Hare) — from Charlotte, N.C.,  four new cities — Philadelphia, Houston (IAH), Los Angeles and San Francisco — from Cincinnati and four cities — Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland — from Cleveland.

Travelers will be able to fly Frontier to Atlanta and Cincinnati from Houston (IAH), to Chicago (O’Hare), Atlanta and Philadelphia from Kansas City, Mo., and to Atlanta, Philadelphia and Dallas/Fort Worth from Milwaukee.

Frontier will also begin flying to Chicago (O’Hare), Orlando and Philadelphia from Nashville, to Orlando and Philadelphia from New Orleans and to Atlanta, Detroit, Seattle and Portland from Phoenix.

Frontier Adding 42 New Non-Stop Routes

Frontier Adding 42 New Non-Stop Routes

Frontier Adding 42 New Non-Stop Routes

Table courtesy USA Today article

Bottom Line

While I am not a Frontier flyer, it is always good to have more options and more competition. So, it’s nice to see more routes being added by Frontier. Do any of these help you out with your travels?

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