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Frontier Airlines is a United States low-cost carrier headquartered in Denver, Colorado, USA.
Frontier Airlines currently serve more than 40 cities in the United States, Mexico and Jamaica on more than 275 daily flights. The airline which is a subsidiary and operating brand of Indigo Partners, operates flights to 50 destinations throughout the United States and 5 international destinations.
Frontier Airlines maintains a hub at Denver International Airport with focus cities at: Chicago O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in Cleveland, Ohio; Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida; Orlando International Airport in Orlando, Florida and Trenton–Mercer Airport near Trenton, New Jersey.
Frontier Airlines, under a code-share agreement with Great Lakes Airlines, the airline connects passengers to surrounding Rocky Mountain States through the Denver hub.
Frontier Airlines currently flies to 55 destinations throughout Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico and the United States. In 2016 Frontier will begin service to four new destinations Pittsburgh International Airport, San Antonio International Airport, Port Columbus International Airport and Colorado Springs Airport.
Atlanta to Cincinnati
Atlanta to Cleveland
Bismarck to Denver
Cincinnati to Atlanta
Cleveland to Atlanta
Denver to Omaha
Denver to Kansas City
Denver to Bismarck
Denver to Salt Lake City
Indianapolis to Orlando
Kansas City to Denver
Nashville to Orlando
New Orleans to Orlando
Omaha to Denver
Orlando to New Orleans
Orlando to Indianapolis
Orlando to Nashville
Orlando to Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh to Orlando
Salt Lake City to Denver
Frequent Flyer Program
The airline has a frequent-flyer program called EarlyReturns to reward regular passengers with the airline.
It does not partner with any other airlines for cross-crediting of frequent flyer mileage credits.
EarlyReturns Elite members always receive a free carry-on bag in addition to the personal item.
Carry-On bag charges vary based on when you purchase.
Carry-On bags can be no larger than 10” tall, 16” wide, and 24” long (including handles, wheels, and straps) and no heavier than 35 pounds. Carry-On bags must fit in the overhead bin. Carry-on fees are non-refundable.
Checked bags must be within 62 linear inches (that’s length + width + depth) and no heavier than 50 pounds.
Baggage that exceeds these limits will have an additional charge of $75 for each bag that is overweight and $75 for each oversized bag, and bags over 100 pounds or in excess of 110 linear inches will not be accepted.
19th April 2018
Frontier Airlines has upped its route count for S18 by adding a further 10 services to its network this week, adding to the 56 routes it inaugurated last week. It means that so far in 2018 the airline has launched 73 new routes. Of the 10 launched this week, only four will face direct competition, while the 10 services started this week also incorporate a new airport on the airline’s network – Birmingham (BHM). The largest city in Alabama is now connected to Philadelphia (PHL), Denver (DEN) and Orlando (MCO), with all three poised to face direct competition. The average weekly sector length of Frontier’s new routes this week is 1,624 kilometres, while the average weekly frequency is 2.1.
||Allegiant Air (2), Southwest Airlines (1)
||American Airlines (14)
|San Juan (SJU)
|San Jose (SJC)
|Washington Dulles (IAD)
||United Airlines (12)
||Southwest Airlines (14)
|Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 17 April. WF = Weekly frequencies.
9th April 2018
Frontier Airlines to launch new San Jose routes
Frontier Airlines on Monday intensified the competition for air travelers using Silicon Valley’s airport with new flights to five cities serving Mineta San Jose International Airport. This comes as part of a company-wide expansion for Frontier airlines. “These new routes edify our commitment to deliver low fares nationwide,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president commercial for Frontier Airlines. This will be super-low cost fares connecting the capital city to many places in the United States. On Sunday, Frontier launched service connecting San Jose and Austin, as well as San Jose and Cincinnati. Frontier followed up with new service Monday for routes between San Jose and Atlanta, and between San Jose and San Antonio. Wednesday, Frontier was slated to begin service connecting San Jose and Tulsa.
17th August 2017
From October 2017, Frontier Airlines will launch 4 X weekly Airbus A320 services from San Antonio, Texas (SAT) to Washington Dulles and Ontario, California (ONT).
14th August 2017
Frontier Airlines begins service to T.F. Green Airport from Orlando, Florida, Monday, August 14th 2017
The first arrival was scheduled to land at about 10:15 a.m. from Orlando, Florida. The flight was greeted with a traditional "water salute."
The airline's first departure from Green was a flight to Denver at 11 a.m.
"We really identified that this market is underserved in affordable, low-cost air travel. We think we're going to be very successful here. We would not already be expanding. We want people to get off the couch, fly, go see family, friends," said Frontier spokeswoman Tyri Squyres.
Frontier will be adding service to six additional cities from T.F. Green Airport in the months ahead.
Flights to Miami, Tampa, Fort Myers and New Orleans begin in October. The airline will add Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham in the spring.
The addition of Frontier brings the number of airlines at T.F. Green Airport to 11, two of which fly to Europe.
The runway expansion at Green is scheduled to open in December.
24th July 2017
Frontier Airlines launching low-fare flights to Denver, four Florida cities
Among the new airlines, both Frontier and Norwegian will have 8 new non-stops routes from Green Airport.
The low-priced airline will offer non-stop flights from Grand Rapids to Denver and from Grand Rapids to Orlando, which the airport said is the number-one market for non-stop service out of the airport. Frontier will offer 18 flights from Tampa by the end of the year.
Another air carrier plans to launch service between the Holy City and the Mile High City.
The new destinations join a previously announced daily nonstop Frontier flight to Orlando International Airport.
Frontier is focused on more than low fares.
The airport is making an announcement Tuesday regarding air service operations. Green Airport has (nearly) doubled the numbers of non-stops from 17, just a few months ago, to 33 with this announcement. Global destinations like Dublin, Amsterdam and Manchester, England, are also on that list. "These new flights achieve both goals".
Service to Tampa begins December 6 with flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Copa Airline's service to Panama City, which began 2013, was Tampa Bay's first nonstop flight to a major Latin America hub. Frontier Airlines is the proud recipient of the Federal Aviation Administration's 2016 Diamond Award for maintenance excellence and was recently 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.
20th July 2017
Frontier Airlines to offer six new non-stop flights from San Antonio
Frontier Airlines is launching new non-stop service to six destinations.
You'll be able to fly to Cincinnati, New Orleans, Orlando, Phoenix, San Diego and San Jose, California. Beginning in October, year round service will be offered to New Orleans, Phoenix and San Diego. Seasonal service will be offered in the spring to Cincinnati, Orlando and San Jose.
“With today’s announcement, Frontier now offers our Low Fares Done Right product to 11 great destinations,” said Doug Bertram, Director of Digital Marketing, Advertising, and Distribution for Frontier Airlines. “Customers traveling from San Antonio now have new significantly lower-cost options to reach these great destinations.”
You can purchase tickets now for flights to New Orleans, Phoenix and San Diego. Tickets to Cincinnati, Orlando and San Jose will be available starting in October.
Frontier Airlines has announced it will being back services to some cities from Denver International Airport
As part of the airline's summer schedule, the routes will be to 14 destinations that include: Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Cleveland; Detroit; Pittsburgh; Bozeman and Missoula.
Frontier Airlines announced it has begun new, non-stop service in eight markets over the past week and returned its summer seasonal routes in nearly 40 markets across the U.S.
That includes 14 cities that can be reached from Denver International Airport this summer, including: Pittsburgh; Cleveland; Bismarck, N.D.; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Charlotte; Detroit; Greensboro, N.C.; Knoxville, Tenn.; New York’s LaGuardia Airport; Raleigh–Durham International Airport; Sioux Falls, S.D. and Washington Dulles International Airport. Frontier says it will also reinstate non-stop flights from Denver to Bozeman, Mont. on April 30 and Missoula, Mont. on April 28.
Frontier says its flights between Austin and both San Diego and Washington, D.C., are scheduled to operate year-round. The airline also will bring back summer seasonal service between Atlanta and Austin; Cincinnati; Cleveland; Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport; Kansas City, Mo.; Miami; St. Louis; and San Antonio.
New York City
Punta Gorda/ Ft. Myers
Salt Lake City
San José del Cabo
West Palm Beach