Frontier Airlines returned to Little Rock on 1 March, having last served the airport in October 2014 based on OAG schedules. The carrier inaugurated a three times weekly link from Denver, the same frequency that it operated last time from the Arkansas airport. Based on data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Frontier transported 40,920 passengers in 2014 on the route, representing an average theoretical load factor that year of 86%.
- Frontier Airlines resumed flights between Denver (DEN) and Little Rock (LIT) on 1 March, with the carrier having last operated the 1,238-kilometre sector at the end of S14. The ULCC will operate its latest link from its Colorado hub three times weekly (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays) on its fleet of A320s, with no other operator currently serving the city pair. During 2014 (up until the end of October, when the route closed), Frontier transported 40,920 passengers on its connection between Denver and Little Rock based on data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. This means the airline achieved an average theoretical load factor of 86% that year on the city pair.