Frontier Airlines this week commenced three times weekly services between its Denver hub and Wichita. Pictured are airline and airport officials at Wichita Airport welcoming the inaugural service, with festivities including two designs of ceremonial cake marking the launch.
- Frontier Airlines on 30 August commenced operations between Denver (DEN) and Wichita (ICT). The 673-kilometre seasonal route will be served three times weekly by the ULCC until 17 January using its A320 family fleet, according to OAG Schedules Analyser. The outbound leg leaves Denver at 15:15, arriving in Wichita at 17:40, with the return service departing at 18:30 to land back in Denver at 19:15 local time. United Airlines currently serves the route four times daily under both its mainline brand and United Express franchise operators SkyWest and Trans States Airlines. See how Wichita Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.