By Jace Moseley
Frontier Provides New Florida Routes
Frontier Airlines has continued their aggressive enlargement in Florida with the announcement of three new routes and the resumption of two different routes from the Sunshine State. The Denver-based service has targeted on enlargement in Florida throughout the COVID-19 pandemic as leisure journey to hotter states continues to flourish.
The airline will see the beginning of two new routes from Miami Worldwide Airport and one new route from Orlando Worldwide Airport, all beginning in early March. Orlando and Miami will even every see the resumption of flights which have beforehand been suspended as a result of virus.
From its Orlando focus metropolis, Frontier will resume each day flights to San Diego on March 7, 2021. This route was beforehand suspended by the airline, final flying in March 2020. The airline will even introduce a brand new path to Phoenix Sky Harbor Worldwide Airport. These flights will run each day beginning on March 11. Whereas the airline flew this route up till April 2018, it’s nonetheless thought-about a brand new route.
Together with beforehand introduced routes and present locations, Frontier will serve 60 totally different locations out of Orlando in March.
Frontier’s Senior Vice President of Industrial, Daniel Shurz mentioned, “Orlando continues to be incredibly popular with travelers across the spectrum, from vacationing families to adventure seekers, and Frontier offers unparalleled affordability for flyers visiting the Theme Park Capital of the World.”
Miami, certainly one of Frontier’s quickest rising focus cities, sees but extra locations added to its increasing route map. On high of quite a few different flights beginning between February and April, the Magic Metropolis will see two extra new routes beginning in March. The service will begin twice weekly flights to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.
On high of the brand new flights into the Caribbean, the airline will resume flights from Miami to Las Vegas. Whereas this route has solely been suspended since August 2020, the route will reconnect Miami with Sin Metropolis.
Close to the Miami flights, Shurz mentioned, “We’re thrilled to continue our exceptional growth at Miami’s convenient airport with new nonstop flights…starting right in time for spring break travel. These new flights will offer unparalleled affordability and access between Miami and two beautiful destinations in the Caribbean.”
On high of increasing its personal presence into leisure locations, Frontier will even put some stress on American Airlines. The entire routes included on this most up-to-date announcement, apart from Orlando to San Diego, see direct competitors with the Dallas-based legacy service. Though the passenger bases for every airline aren’t usually related collectively, Frontier’s low-cost construction will place some pricing stress on American.