Frontier launches routes from New York Stewart to Orlando, Miami and Tampa

Frontier Airlines has launched three new routes from New York Stewart International Airport to Orlando, Miami and Tampa. New York Stewart celebrated with this spectacular cake.

Frontier Airlines has launched three new routes from New York Stewart International Airport to destinations in Florida. On 25 October 2021, the airline launched a four times weekly service to Orlando International Airport. This was followed on 2 November 2021 with three times weekly services to both Miami and Tampa.

Frontier will operate a total of 10 weekly departures from New York Stewart. The added service represents an important investment in the Hudson Valley region’s development and growth.

The Port Authority has been meeting with numerous carriers – including Frontier – to discuss the New York Stewart market and new opportunities for both carriers and customers.

“The addition of Frontier Airlines is a significant accomplishment for New York Stewart International Airport and a big win for our customers, particularly during these challenging times,” said Port Authority Chairman Kevin O’Toole. “We are delivering on the Port Authority’s core mission to re-energise the airport and keep the entire region moving.”

Port Authority Executive Director Rick Cotton added: “Through our five-point strategic plan for New York Stewart International airport and the launch of Frontier’s nonstop air service to these destinations, travellers will have more affordable options, that bring speed, comfort, and the convenience of travelling through the newly expanded airport.”

Tampa International Airport celebrated the new route to New York Stewart International Airport on Frontier Airlines with this stunning cake. Pictured are Tampa International Airport’s Kelly Figley, Marketing Manager; Jon Vaden, Director of Marketing; and Maria Cook, Events Manager.


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