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Frontier Adds 3 New Destinations

 

Jan. 31, 2017 — Frontier Airlines is growing its CVG service by 20 percent through the addition of three nonstop destinations to begin this spring/summer, including New York – La Guardia, San Diego and Minneapolis/St. Paul.

All three destinations will be served by A319 or A320 aircraft. Passengers flying to these destinations can find introductory fares* valid today, 1/31 through Tuesday, 2/7, only at flyfrontier.com:

  • New York – La Guardia (LGA): Introductory fare of $49. Service will operate daily starting on April 21, 2017 using 180-seat A320 aircraft.
  • San Diego (SAN): Introductory fare of $79. Service will operate three times a week, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday starting on May 16, 2017 using 180-seat A320 aircraft.
  • Minneapolis – St. Paul (MSP): Introductory fare of $29. Service will operate four times a week, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday starting on April 21, 2017 using 150-seat A319 aircraft.

“Our average total fare for all of Frontier Airlines is $108, much less than what our competitors offer,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president – commercial, Frontier. “Customers wanting to travel in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky have told us they want more low-fare options, and with The WORKS and The PERKS, we offer the best value in U.S. air travel.”

Frontier began service from CVG in May of 2013 with one daily flight to Denver. Last March, Frontier celebrated its one-millionth customer at CVG by awarding that passenger with free travel on Frontier for one year.

“The growth of Frontier at CVG over the last three and a half years has been incredible,” said Candace McGraw, chief executive officer, CVG. “Frontier will now provide nonstop service in 17 different markets on a seasonal or year-round basis with 93 flights per week. Frontier also becomes CVG’s 4th largest carrier in terms of daily flights and 2nd largest carrier in terms of seats offered. This success would not have been possible without the support of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky community.”