Posted on: 27 September 2010 by Ross McSweeny
Frontier Airlines is beginning a new twice-daily roundtrip service between Hartford’s Bradley International Airport (BDL) and Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport (MKE), the only nonstop access between the two destinations.
“Providing the Hartford community with its only nonstop service to Milwaukee will add some much needed convenience and great value for business and leisure travellers alike,” noted Daniel Shurz, vice-president of strategy and planning. “With twice-daily roundtrip flights, the Hartford community can now enjoy nonstop access to our Milwaukee hub, with connections to more than 70 destinations across the United States, Mexico and Costa Rica.”
The new flights leave Milwaukee at 07:55 and 14:15, arriving in Hartford at 11:05 and 17:25 respectively. The earlier flight does not operate on Sundays, while the later one does not operate on Saturdays.
On the return legs, slights depart Hartford at 11:35 and 17:55, landing back at Milwaukee at 12:55 and 19:15 respectively. Again, the earlier flight does not operate on Sundays, and the later flight does not operate on Saturdays.
All services are operated using an Embraer ERJ 145.