Posted on: 28 February 2012 by Mark Howells
Frontier Airlines is expanding its service from Orlando, FL (MCO), with new year-round, nonstop service to and from Allentown, PA (ABE) and Harrisburg, PA (MDT).
The twice-weekly Allentown service begins on 26 May, offering flights on Tuesday and Saturday. Preceding that with a first flight on 24 May, the Harrisburg service will operate on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
“We’re very pleased to provide travellers in eastern Pennsylvania with Frontier’s low-fare, customer-pleasing service to Orlando,” remarked David Siegel, president and chief executive officer of Frontier. “We’re confident they will appreciate our nonstop flights to Orlando International Airport – the closest airport to Orlando’s world-class attractions.”
Allentown is a new destination for Frontier, while Frontier recently announced that it will begin flying between Harrisburg and Denver in May.
The new Orlando routes will be operate with 138-seat Airbus A319s featuring leather seats, five rows of STRETCH seating with an additional 5 to 7 inches of legroom, and 24 channels of DirecTV with three channels of hit movies available at every seat.