Posted on: 02 March 2011 by Ross McSweeny
Frontier Airlines has announced plans to add Knoxville, TN; Provo, UT; and Sioux Falls, SD, to the list of destinations from its Denver hub.
Additionally, the carrier will launch new nonstop service between its Kansas City hub and both Minneapolis/St Paul and San Antonio. The new services round out the carrier’s summer schedule that features increased capacity in top markets and the return of popular summer seasonal routes.
“These new markets highlight our desire to give our guests affordable and convenient travel to more destinations than ever before,” declared Daniel Shurz, vice-president of strategy and planning.
The Denver–Knoxville route will begin with one daily roundtrip on 6 June, with Denver–Provo following with the same frequency from 20 June. Finally Denver–Sioux Falls opens on 4 July, also with one daily roundtrip.
Meanwhile, Kansas City–Minneapolis/St Paul goes immediately to twice a day except Sunday from 6 June, while Kansas City–San Antonio begins with a daily service from 7 June.
Also in June, Frontier will double frequencies between Denver and Des Moines, IA; and Madison, WI; and increase service between Denver and Portland, San Francisco, Seattle/Tacoma, and Spokane to meet high demand during the peak travel season. Summer service will also be resumed to several destinations from Denver and Milwaukee, including non-stop service between Denver and Anchorage, Fairbanks and Green Bay.