Frontier Airlines expands from five bases across the US

Frontier Airlines celebrated its inaugural flight between Austin and Orange County on 14 August, with a ribbon- and cake-cutting ceremonies being held at the Texan airport. Seen snipping the ribbon to officially open the 1,941-kilometre sector, along with the crew, are: Grace Pettis, a local Austin musician; Richard Oliver, Spokesperson and Communications Supervisor, Frontier Airlines; and Mike Rodriguez, Chairman, Airport Advisory Commission.

Frontier Airlines Raleigh Durham

Frontier Airlines launched flights between Raleigh Durham and San Diego on 15 August, with the former airport baking this cake to celebrate the first flight. The route will operate twice-weekly (Wednesdays and Saturdays).

  • Frontier Airlines launched 10 routes during the course of the past week, adding to the 25 routes that it commenced during the previous week. “We are happy to continue to grow service in Austin and introduce a new and more affordable way to travel to and from city,” said Richard Oliver, Spokesperson and Communications Supervisor, Frontier Airlines, commenting on the carrier’s new service from Austin (AUS) to Orange County (SNA), the only sector launched in this batch of 10 routes that will see a three times weekly rotation, with all others operating twice-weekly. Three of the city pairs will face direct competition, while the average sector length is 1,985 kilometres. See how  Jacksonville Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world. 
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
14-Aug Austin (AUS) Orange County (SNA) A320 (3)  
15-Aug Jacksonville (JAX) Kansas City (MCI) A320 (2)  
Milwaukee (MKE)  
Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) Delta Air Lines (6)
Las Vegas (LAS) Calgary (YYC) WestJet (23), Air Canada (7)
San Antonio (SAT) Albuquerque (ABQ) A319 (2)  
Columbus (CMH)  
Salt Lake City (SLC) A320 (2) Delta Air Lines (18)
San Diego (SAN) Cleveland (CLE) A321 (2)  
Raleigh-Durham (RDU)  
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 21 August. WF = Weekly frequencies.


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