Tampa Airport commissioned these two fabulous cakes to celebrate the launch of Frontier Airlines’ new daily services to Milwaukee and Indianapolis, with the multi-tiered wonders being enjoyed by passengers before boarding. Launched on 10 and 12 November respectively, the sectors will face direct competition from Southwest Airlines.
- Frontier Airlines has expanded its US domestic network offering this week, launching flights from Tampa (TPA) to Indianapolis (IND) and Milwaukee (MKE), while Denver (DEN) has gained a connection to Palm Springs (PSP). Flights on the 1,350-kilometre route between Tampa and Indianapolis, launched on 12 November, will be flown by the airline daily on its A320s, with it going head-to-head with Southwest Airlines which offers 16 weekly flights. The 1,730-kilometre sector between Tampa and Milwaukee, commenced on 10 November, will also see a daily A320 operation, with Southwest Airlines again offering the direct competition, serving the city pair eight times weekly. Services from Denver to Palm Springs began on 10 November, with Frontier scheduled to serve the 1,246-kilometre airport pair four times weekly, again on its A320s, with the incumbent being United Airlines. The Star Alliance member offers 21 weekly flights on the route when referring to OAG schedules. The launch of these three routes follows on from the eight routes that the carrier commenced last week.