Frontier Airlines Adds 42 New Flights

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Frontier Airlines, based in Denver, has announced 42 new services for travelers, all of which are non-stop. Among the winning cities are Philadelphia, Chicago and Orlando — especially exciting for families who are considering trips to Disney World. Flights will operate between the following airports:

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
Direct Flights: Orlando, Philadelphia

Charlotte Douglas International Airport
Direct Flights: Orlando, Chicago (O’Hare)

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
Direct Flights: Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
Direct Flights: Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Ore.

George Bush Intercontinental Airport (Houston)
Direct Flights: Atlanta, Cincinnati

Kansas City International Airport
Direct Flights: Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago (O’Hare)

General Mitchell International Airport (Milwaukee)
Direct Flights: Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dallas (Dallas/Fort Worth)

Nashville International Airport
Direct Flights: Philadelphia, Orlando, Chicago (O’Hare)

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Direct Flights: Philadelphia, Orlando

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Direct Flights: Atlanta, Detroit, Seattle, Portland, Ore.

Portland International Airport
Direct Flights: Cleveland, Phoenix, Chicago (O’Hare)

Raleigh-Durham International Airport
Direct Flights: Philadelphia, Orlando, Atlanta

Northeast Florida Regional Airport (St. Augustine)
Direct Flights: Philadelphia, Chicago (O’Hare)

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Direct Flights: Phoenix, Chicago (O’Hare)

The budget carrier has also announced new flights between the following cities: Indianapolis and Philadelphia, Atlanta and Memphis, San Francisco and Atlanta, Minneapolis and Chicago (O’Hare), Dallas/Fort Worth and Orlando and St. Louis and Atlanta.

Most flights will begin operating in April, with others starting in May and June. The flights will be offered three to four times a week.

–Amanda Geronikos

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