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Frontier Airlines Adds Flights Between Denver, Branson

10 February 2018, 02:09 | Erma Lawrence

Charleston International will add non-stop service to Austin and Trenton in April

Frontier Airlines to begin $39 flights from Birmingham in April

Service to Denver will be offered on Mondays and Fridays and Philadelphia flights will be offered on Tuesdays and Fridays and Freed said he hopes the low cost fares will help connect people in person by making it easier to fly more often.

Denver-based discount air carrier Frontier Airlines announced today that it will add nonstop direct service from General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee to Austin, Texas and from Milwaukee to Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. Introductory fares start as low as $29 each way. Frontier will fly to 12 destinations from the airport in NY state, it says.

Frontier Airlines has announced new routes from Green.

According to a release, the flights will go to Islip, N.Y., Denver, Colo. and Trenton, N.J., starting in May of 2018.

Frontier Airlines to begin $39 flights from Birmingham in April
Flights for $39? Frontier adds nonstop service from Savannah to these 2 cities

"We're expanding by about 20 percent every year and we're always looking for markets that we think would respond well to our low fares done right and Savannah is a fantastic destination". Frontier Airlines will debut in April at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. This means Frontier will offer 15 nonstop options, which is almost double the number of destinations the airline offered last summer. Flights to Myrtle Beach begin May 21.

Frontier Airlines also plans to offer new service to Cincinnati, Colorado Springs, Orlando and San Jose in April.

"We are thrilled to help reduce the cost of flying to and from the Branson area and the Ozark region via the convenient Branson Airport", said Daniel Shurz, Senior Vice President, commercial for Frontier Airlines."We are proud to be the only airline to offer ultra-low fares to and from Denver". "Long Island and Trenton are outstanding feeder markets, and we are particularly excited about the opportunity to attract Denver golfers".



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