Frontier Airlines commenced flights from Orlando to Burlington on 9 February, a route it will operate twice-weekly (Wednesdays and Saturdays). Pictured at the ribbon cutting ceremony are: Karen Paul, Councillor, City of Burlington on the City Council; Gene Richards, Director of Aviation, Burlington Airport; and Jonathan Freed, Director of Corporate Communications, Frontier Airlines. The carrier will add a second route to Burlington, from Denver, on 1 May.
- Frontier Airlines introduced Burlington (BTV) to its network on 9 February, the day in which it began a twice-weekly (Wednesdays and Saturdays) service from Orlando (MCO). The carrier will operate the 1,923-kilometre connection using its fleet of A320s, with no other airline linking the two US airports. The carrier will add a second route to Burlington on 1 May when it starts operations to the Vermont airport from Denver. Along with the new service linking Orlando and Burlington, the ULCC also launched a new international service from Philadelphia (PHL). As of 10 February, the airline is operating a twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) service to Montego Bay (MBJ). Also flown using its fleet of A320s, competition on the latter sector comes from American Airlines, with the oneworld member already providing a 12 times weekly service on the 2,388-kilometre airport pair. This becomes the airline’s second route to the Jamaican airport, with it already linking Raleigh-Durham to Montego Bay with a twice-weekly rotation.