Frontier Airlines flies onto 35 US domestic routes

Frontier Airlines’ Atlanta to Memphis

Memphis Airport celebrated the start of Frontier Airlines’ launch of services to Atlanta on 14 April

Memphis Airport celebrated the start of Frontier Airlines’ launch of services to Atlanta on 14 April, a route which the carrier will operate thrice-weekly (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays).

Cleveland Airport celebrated the start of Frontier Airlines’ five new routes to Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco, Phoenix and Los Angeles with this very impressive cake. Cutting the ribbon in Cleveland to cement the start of services are: Rob Recker, SVP for Marketing, Communications and Membership, Greater Cleveland Partnership; Michael Stewart, Station Manager – Cleveland, Frontier Airlines; Bill Meehan, COO of Frontier Airlines; Fred Szabo, Interim Airport Director, Cleveland Airport; and Todd Payne, Chief of Marketing and Air Service Development, Cleveland Airport.

Detroit Airport celebrated the start of services to Phoenix on 15 April with a traditional cake and ribbon cutting ceremony. Services will operate four times weekly onboard the carrier’s A320 fleet according to OAG Schedules Analyser data.

Nashville Airport celebrated the start of Frontier Airlines’ services to Chicago O’Hare, Orlando and Philadelphia with a traditional route launch cake

Nashville Airport celebrated the start of Frontier Airlines’ services to Chicago O’Hare, Orlando and Philadelphia with a traditional route launch cake. Services to O’Hare will be operated daily while Orlando will see a thrice-weekly service and Philadelphia four times weekly according to OAG Schedules Analyser data.

Passengers disembark Frontier Airlines’ inaugural service from Chicago O’Hare to St. Augustine

Passengers disembark Frontier Airlines’ inaugural service from Chicago O’Hare to St. Augustine on 14 April. Services on the 1,458-kilometre route will be served thrice-weekly. On 15 April a four times weekly service from Philadelphia was also launched to the Floridian airport.

Cincinnati Airport allowed the inaugural crews to conduct the ribbon cutting ceremonies for Frontier Airlines’ first flights to Houston Intercontinental and San Francisco. Ground staff and passengers on the premier service to Los Angeles also managed to celebrate by posing with various props. All three routes will be served by the airline’s A319 fleet.

Passengers at Milwaukee were greeted with Frontier Airlines coloured themed cupcakes to cement the start of the carrier’s four times weekly service to Atlanta on 15 April

Passengers at Milwaukee were greeted with Frontier Airlines coloured and themed cupcakes to cement the start of the carrier’s four times weekly service to Atlanta on 15 April. The previous day the airline launched flights to Dallas/Fort Worth from the airport, a 1,373-kilometre route which will be served thrice-weekly.

Phoenix Airport celebrated the start of Frontier Airlines’ services to Atlanta and Detroit

Phoenix Airport celebrated the start of Frontier Airlines’ services to Atlanta and Detroit on 14 April with a ribbon cutting ceremony which was performed by Jim Faulkner, Director of Corporate Communications, Frontier Airlines, and Jim Bennett, Director of Aviation Services, Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport.

  • Frontier Airlines commenced 35 US domestic routes between 14 and 15 April. Of the 35 services only three will face no direct incumbent, namely services between Cleveland (CLE) and Portland (PDX), and the carrier’s new routes to St. Augustine (UST) in Florida from Chicago O’Hare (ORD) and Philadelphia (PHL). All city pairs will be operated by the carrier’s mixed A320 family fleet. The average weekly frequency of Frontier Airlines’ new services is 3.7 while the average sector length is 1,564 kilometres. Commenting on the launch of the carrier’s new routes from Cleveland, Fred Szabo, Interim Director, Cleveland Airport, said: “We are very pleased that Frontier Airlines has decided to grow again at Cleveland. Its expansion to 14 markets including seasonal services makes them the second largest airline at the airport in terms of non-stop markets.” See how St. Augustine and Colorado Springs airports FTWAs compare to others from round the world.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
14 April Atlanta (ATL) Memphis (MEM) A319 (3) Delta Air Lines (64)
St. Louis (STL) Delta Air Lines (54), Southwest Airlines (20)
Cincinnati (CVG) San Francisco (SFO) Delta Air Lines (4)
Cleveland (CLE) Los Angeles (LAX) Spirit Airlines (7), United Airlines (7)
Portland (PDX)
Colorado Springs (COS) Las Vegas (LAS) A319 (7) Allegiant Air (2)
Houston (IAH) Atlanta (ATL) A319 (3) Delta Air Lines (59), United Airlines (49),
Spirit Airlines (7)
Indianapolis (IND) Philadelphia (PHL) A320 (3) American Airlines (39)
Kansas City (MCI) Chicago O’Hare (ORD) A320 (4) American Airlines (48), United Airlines (40)
Milwaukee (MKE) Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) A319 (3) American Airlines (26)
Nashville (BNA) Chicago O’Hare (ORD) A320 (7) American Airlines (61), United Airlines (39)
Orlando (MCO) A319 (3) Southwest Airlines (33)
New Orleans (MSY) Philadelphia (PHL) A320 (3) American Airlines (21)
Portland (PDX) Chicago O’Hare (ORD) A320 (4) United Airlines (28), Alaska Airlines (7),
American Airlines (7), Spirit Airlines (7)
Raleigh-Durham (RDU) Orlando (MCO) A321 (3) Delta Air Lines (22), Southwest Airlines (21)
Philadelphia (PHL) American Airlines (54), Delta Air Lines (17)
Seattle-Tacoma (SEA) Chicago O’Hare (ORD) A320 (3) American Airlines (28), Alaska Airlines (27),
United Airlines (27)
Chicago O’Hare (ORD) St. Augustine (UST)
15 April Charlotte Douglas (CLT) Chicago O’Hare (ORD) A319 (4) American Airlines (61), United Airlines (26)
Orlando (MCO) American Airlines (63)
Cincinnati (CVG) Houston Intercontinental (IAH) United Airlines (23), Delta Air Lines (6)
Los Angeles (LAX) Delta Air Lines (11)
Cleveland (CLE) Philadelphia (PHL) American Airlines (34)
Phoenix (PHX) A320 (4) Southwest Airlines (7)
San Francisco (SFO) A319 (4) United Airlines (7)
Kansas City (MCI) Atlanta (ATL) Delta Air Lines (53), Southwest Airlines (19)
Milwaukee (MKE) Delta Air Lines (48), Southwest Airlines (19)
Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) Chicago O’Hare (ORD) A320 (4) United Airlines (59), American Airlines (48),
Delta Air Lines (45), Spirit Airlines (21)
Nashville (BNA) Philadelphia (PHL) American Airlines (37), Southwest Airlines (13)
New Orleans (MSY) Orlando (MCO) A319 (4) Southwest Airlines (27)
Phoenix (PHX) Atlanta (ATL) Delta Air Lines (42), American Airlines (14),
Southwest Airlines (14)
Detroit (DTW) A320 (4) Delta Air Lines (27), American Airlines (20),
Southwest Airlines (13)
Raleigh-Durham (RDU) Atlanta (ATL) A319 (4) Delta Air Lines (86), Southwest Airlines (19)
San Francisco (SFO) A320 (4) Delta Air Lines (46), United Airlines (14)
Philadelphia (PHL) St. Augustine (UST)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser data for w/c 19 April 2016.

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