Frontier Airlines returned to Albuquerque on 24 October, marking the end of a four-year hiatus on the 562-kilometre link from Denver. Seen cutting the ribbon at the New Mexico airport are Sean Morahan, Director of Stations, Frontier Airlines and Jim Hinde, Aviation Director, Albuquerque Airport.
- Frontier Airlines returned to Albuquerque (ABQ) on 24 October, marking the end of the carrier’s four-year hiatus of services from Denver (DEN). The ULCC inaugurated a daily service on the 562-kilometre airport pair, a route that it will operate using its A320s. When referring to OAG schedules, the carrier will increase the frequency of the route to twice-daily from 16 December for the Christmas period, with it returning to a daily service on 4 January. Competition on the sector comes in the form of United Airlines and Southwest Airlines which offer between them 48 weekly flights.