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Frontier begins seasonal Oklahoma–Florida services

Frontier Airlines has announced the launch of seasonal nonstop service between Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers World Airport (OKC) and two Florida destinations.

Service between OKC and Orlando International Airport (MCO) begins on 15 January 2010, with four weekly nonstop flights, while service between OKC and Tampa International Airport (TPA) begins on Sunday 17 January, with two weekly nonstop flights.

“We are thrilled to bring the Oklahoma City community its only nonstop service to the sunshine state,” said Daniel Shurz, Frontier’s vice-president of strategy and planning. “Customers jetting to or from our Florida destinations will enjoy Frontier’s great customer service and affordable fares. In addition, customers will travel in comfort on the Embraer 190 aircraft outfitted with several rows of available STRETCH seating in the front of the aircraft, which provides customers an additional five inches of legroom.”

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