Frontier Airlines launches 30 new routes in two days

Frontier Airlines’ five new Tampa services 

Frontier Airlines launched five new routes serving Tampa, on both 5 and 6 October. The Tampa Airport team, including Kenneth Strickland, Director of Air Service Development, Kari Goetz, Director of Marketing and Danny Cooper, Senior Marketing Manager celebrated the new service to Providence Airport with a collection of cupcakes, while Events Manager Maria Cook and Marketing Coordinator Debbie Stokes welcomed the launch of flights to Minneapolis with an impressive four-tiered cake.

Seen with the launch cake for services from Tampa to St. Louis are Tampa Airport’s Events Manager, Maria Cook; and Marketing Coordinator Debbie Stokes, along with Sonja Chacon, Co-Branded Credit Card Coordinator, Frontier Airlines. Marking the launch of services to Colorado Springs are Kenneth Strickland, Director of Air Service Development, Tampa Airport, Sonja Chacon, Co-Branded Credit Card Coordinator, Frontier Airlines, Timothy Polgar, Director Ground Handling Contracts, Frontier Airlines, Joe Lopano, CEO Tampa Airport, Kari Goetz, Director of Marketing Tampa Airport and Chris Minner, EVP of Marketing Tampa Airport.

Frontier Airlines began eight new routes from Miami on 5 and 6 October. To celebrate, Miami Aviation Director Emilio T. González (left) received a model plane from Frontier Airlines Director of Pricing Timothy Keeney.

  • Frontier Airlines launched 30 new routes over two days on 5 and 6 October, more than half of which originate in Florida. The shortest new service is the 592-kilometre Las Vegas (LAS) to Salt Lake City (SLC) sector, while the longest is the 2,531-kilometre Southwest Florida (RSW) to Colorado Springs (COS) city pair. The average sector length of all 30 routes is 1,713 kilometres. Frequency varied from three times weekly to daily flights at the time of launch, but OAG schedule data shows the Miami (MIA) to Long Island MacArthur (ISP) service will increase to double-daily from 10 October to 16 November, before returning to daily flights on 17 November. Frontier will face direct competition on 60% of its new routes. See how Miami Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
05-Oct Atlanta (ATL) San Juan (SJU) A319 (3) Delta Air Lines (21)
Austin (AUS) New Orleans (MSY) A32S (3) Southwest Airlines (12)
Raleigh-Durham (RDU) A319 (3) Delta Air Lines (5)
Denver (DEN) San Jose (SJC) A319 (7) Southwest Airlines (26), United Airlines (25)
Las Vegas (LAS) Salt Lake City (SLC) A32S (7) Delta Air Lines (46), Southwest Airlines (33)
Long Island MacArthur (ISP) Palm Beach (PBI) A32S (7) Southwest Airlines (14)
Southwest Florida (RSW) A321 (7)  
Tampa (TPA) A321 (7) Southwest Airlines (7)
Miami (MIA) Cincinnati (CVG) A320 (3) American Airlines (7)
Cleveland (CLE) A321 (3) American Airlines (21)
Detroit (DTW) A320 (7) American Airlines (21), Delta Air Lines (12)
Long Island MacArthur (ISP) A320 (14)  
Milwaukee (MKE) A320 (7)  
Providence (PVD) A320 (7)  
Orlando (MCO) Knoxville (TYS) A320 (3)  
Providence (PVD) New Orleans (MSY) A319 (3)  
Southwest Florida (RSW) Chicago O’Hare (ORD) A321 (3) American Airlines (21), United Airlines (7), Spirit Airlines (3)
Colorado Springs (COS) A319 (3)  
Tampa (TPA) Minneapolis-St. Paul, (MSP) A320 (3) Delta Air Lines (13)
Providence (PVD) A321 (3) Southwest Airlines (13)
06-Oct Long Island MacArthur (ISP) New Orleans (MSY) A319 (4)  
Miami (MIA) Trenton (TTN) A320 (4)  
San Antonio (SAT) New Orleans (MSY) A32S (4) Southwest Airlines (7)
San Diego (SAN) A32S (4) Southwest Airlines (14)
Washington Dulles (IAD) A320 (4) United Airlines (14)
Southwest Florida (RSW) Nashville (BNA) A319 (4)  
Providence (PVD) A321 (4)  
Trenton (TTN) A320 (4)  
Tampa (TPA) Colorado Springs (COS) A319 (4)  
St. Louis (STL) A320 (4) Southwest Airlines (14)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 10 October. WF = Weekly frequencies.


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