Frontier Airlines Expands Service Network
In addition, the carrier will launch new non-stop service between its Kansas City hub and both Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota and San Antonio, Texas this summer. Frontier Airlines is a wholly owned subsidiary of Republic Airways Holdings.
The new service rounds out the carrierâ€™s summer schedule that features increased capacity in top markets and the return of popular summer seasonal service.
Beginning this June 2011, Frontier will double frequencies between Denver and Des Moines, Iowa; and Madison, Wisconsin; and increase service between Denver and Portland, Oregon; San Francisco, California (SFO); Seattle/Tacoma, Washington and Spokane, Washington to meet high demand during the peak travel season.
In addition, Frontier will also be resuming popular summer service to several destinations from Denver and Milwaukee. This includes non-stop service between Denver and Anchorage, Alaska (ANC); Fairbanks, Alaska and Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Daniel Shurz, vice president of strategy and planning at Frontier, said: â€œThese new markets really highlight our desire to give our guests affordable and convenient travel to more destinations than ever before.
â€œFrontier is an airline that truly provides our guests choice in how they want to travel. With our affordable fares, convenient schedules, and better and different service, we are looking forward to joining these communities and giving them the opportunity to choose how they want to fly.â€
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