Frontier Airlines launches new routes to Orlando and Phoenix Mesa

Cutting the ribbon for the arrival of Frontier Airlines at Greensboro’s Piedmont Triad International Airport was the airport authority’s chairman, Henry Isaacson, who was joined by fellow board members Gloria Whisenhunt, Mark Moore, Paul Mengert, Jim White and Don Webb.

At Phoenix-Mesa in Arizona, Frontier is now the third airline operating after Allegiant Air and Spirit Airlines. With daily frequencies, it is the highest-frequency route launched by the airline this week.

  • Frontier Airlines launched four new routes in the last week, three of which were to destinations new to the airline. In Trenton, NJ (TTN), Frontier is now the only airline – and has announced further expansion – and at Phoenix-Mesa, AZ (AZA), it is the third airline after Allegiant and Spirit. The new route from Denver, CO (DEN) also competes with Spirit, which operates with the same daily frequency. Frontier is also a new arrival in Greensboro, NC (GSO), while the route from Colorado Springs, CO (COS) to Orlando, FL (MCO) stands out for being 2,450 kilometres long.
Date Origin Destination WF A/c Competition (WF)
15-Nov-12 Colorado Springs, CO (COS) Orlando, FL (MCO) 3 A319
15-Nov-12 Denver, CO (DEN) Phoenix-Mesa, AZ (AZA) 7 A319 Spirit (7)
16-Nov-12 Orlando, FL (MCO) Trenton, NJ (TTN) 2 A319
17-Nov-12 Orlando, FL (MCO) Greensboro, NC (GSO) 3 A319
Source: new route database, Innovata for w/c 19 November 2012

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