Frontier Airlines today announced it will expand its low fare service in the Cleveland market to 14 nonstop routes with the addition of two more
CLEVELAND -- Frontier Airlines today announced it will expand its low fare service in the Cleveland market to 14 nonstop routes with the addition of two more destinations-- Dallas/Fort Worth,Texas beginning Aug. 15 and Las Vegas beginning Sept. 11.
Known for offering ¨Low Fares Done Right,¨ the airline is celebrating the announcement with fares as low as $69* each way to Dallas/Fort Worth and $99* each way to Las Vegas for flights through Nov. 19.
These special fares areavailable only at the company's website, FlyFrontier.com until May 17.
Today's announcement means Frontier Airlines will offer 14 nonstop destinations from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
Frontier currently offers nonstop domestic service to Atlanta, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Fort Myers, Fla., Orlando, Fla., Phoenix, Seattle, Tampa, Fla., Trenton, N.J., and international service to Cancun, Mexico and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic in partnership with Apple Vacations. Seasonal service to Phoenix returns Nov. 14 with two weekly flights.
"As the only true low-fare carrier at Cleveland, we're excited to offer the community two more reasons to travel," said Daniel Shurz, Frontier's senior vice president, commercial.
"Both Dallas/Ft. Worth and Vegas are fantastic destinations for vacation getaways as well as convenient for the business traveler. We are confident customers will love our amazing low fares and our newly launched fare structure that empowers the customer to optimize their travel experience for the comfort and value they seek."
"We are very excited that Frontier Airlines believes enough in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio to make their third new service announcement in just a few months," said Airport Director Ricky Smith.
"Frontier has become our second largest carrier at CLE in terms of nonstop markets served and we're glad to see them adding Las Vegas and Dallas/Fort Worth to their growing menu of 14 destinations."