Posted on: 09 August 2010 by Ross McSweeny
Frontier Airlines is to move its Houston operations from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) beginning on 18 November.
“Hobby Airport offers a great number of benefits to Frontier’s guests,” explained Daniel Shurz, vice-president of strategy and planning. “In addition to its newly refurbished terminal, Hobby offers Frontier’s guests easy access to downtown Houston and many popular tourist attractions in the area.”
Frontier will begin operations at Hobby with three daily nonstop flights to Denver on 18 November. Services will depart from Houston at 06:15, 15:49 and 19:10, arriving in Denver at 07:41, 17:10 and 20:35 respectively.
The return flights push back at Denver at 11:47, 15:10 and 19:10 and land in Houston at 15:04, 18:29 and 22:27 respectively.
Customers who are booked on Frontier flights to Houston Intercontinental on or after 18 November will automatically be rebooked on flights to Hobby.