Frontier expands at Colorado Springs and Denver airports

Frontier’s ‘Flip the Dolphin’ aircraft departed Colorado Springs on the inaugural flight to Phoenix on 18 May, starting a major expansion of the airline in the city.

Frontier’s ‘Flip the Dolphin’ aircraft departed Colorado Springs on the inaugural flight to Phoenix on 18 May, starting a major expansion of the airline in the city.

  • Frontier expanded its presence in Colorado, the US state analysed this week, with seven new routes; four major cities from Colorado Springs, CO (COS) with 138-seat A319s and three regional destinations from Denver, CO (DEN) with 99-seat E-190s. Daniel Shurz, Frontier’s SVP Commercial, commented the expansion: “We’ve offered low fares to Colorado Springs for over four years and we’re delighted to offer low-fare, time-saving nonstop travel options to customers in both Colorado Springs and throughout southern Colorado.” To find out more about Frontier’s network developments, see this week’s interview.
Date Origin Destination WF* A/c Competition (WF*)
18-May-12 Colorado Springs, CO (COS) Los Angeles, CA (LAX) 6 A319 United (15)
18-May-12 Colorado Springs, CO (COS) Phoenix, AZ (PHX) 7 A319
18-May-12 Colorado Springs, CO (COS) Seattle-Tacoma, WA (SEA) 4 A319
20-May-12 Colorado Springs, CO (COS) Portland, OR (PDX) 3 A319
17-May-12 Denver, CO (DEN) Bismarck, ND (BIS) 5 E190 United (22)
17-May-12 Denver, CO (DEN) Cedar Rapids, IA (CID) 4 E190 United (16)
18-May-12 Denver, CO (DEN) Bloomington, IL (BMI) 4 E190
*WF: Weekly Frequency
Source: anna.aero new route database, Innovata data for w/c 21 May 2012

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