Frontier Airlines commenced flights between Denver and Boise on 27 March, with the latter airport holding a ribbon cutting ceremony to declare the 1,041-kilometre domestic route open. The ULCC will operate the city pair three times weekly using its fleet of A319s and A320s, with it facing competition from United Airlines and Southwest Airlines.
- Frontier Airlines launched its latest route from Denver (DEN) on 27 March, with the ULCC now offering a three times weekly connection from the Mile High City to Boise (BOI). Scheduled to be flown on a mixture of the airline’s fleet of A319s and A320s, Frontier will face direct competition on the 1,041-kilometre airport pair from United Airlines and Southwest Airlines. The Star Alliance member offers a four times daily service, while the US’ leading LCC provides a twice-daily rotation. Frontier is no stranger to this city pair however, with the ULCC having last flown between Denver and Boise in September 2011. During that year, Frontier flew 56,133 passengers between the two airports, based on data retrieved from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics.