Posted on: 20 February 2012 by Mark Howells
Frontier Airlines has announced the launch of a new nonstop service to Bismarck, ND, from its Denver hub, taking to 67 the number of nonstop destinations served by the airline from Denver.
The new Bismarck service begins 17 May with five weekly flights.
“This is a significant milestone for both Frontier and the city of Denver,” remarked David Siegel, Frontier’s president and CEO. “As the largest low-fare carrier at Denver International Airport, we bring more low-cost, nonstop flight options in and out of the city than any other carrier. We look forward to working with the city and state to further increase the number of destinations served by Frontier.”
During February, Frontier has added six new nonstop destinations to its route map. In addition to the service to Bismarck, Frontier added nonstop flights from Denver to Bloomington/Normal, IL, and Cedar Rapids, IA, along with seasonal nonstop service to Bellingham, WA, Great Falls, MT, and Harrisburg, PA.
The outbound flight from Denver will take off at 10:40 and reach Bismarck at 13:10 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. In the opposite direction, on the same days of the week, the flight will push back at 13:45 and reach Denver at 14:26. Services will be flown with Embraer 190 aircraft.