Frontier adds frequencies to five favourites; Lynx adds three new routes
Frontier Airlines has announced its autumn 2009 schedule, which includes increased frequencies from Denver to Las Vegas, Phoenix, Sacramento, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.
From 14 September, Frontier will add a seventh roundtrip to both Las Vegas and Phoenix and a fourth roundtrip to Sacramento. On 5 October, the airline will add a second roundtrip flight to both Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, just in time for the tourism season in Florida.
Also beginning on 14 September, Albuquerque, Omaha and Salt Lake City will see additional flights as Frontier's wholly-owned subsidiary Lynx Aviation begins service in these markets, joining the previously announced new Lynx service to Tulsa which starts on 2 August.
As part of the new schedule, Lynx will discontinue all service to both El Paso and Grand Junction on 14 September.
"Our customers have clearly demonstrated a demand for more seats in certain markets, and we are more than happy to accommodate," said Frontier president and CEO Sean Menke. "We also look forward to having Lynx bring its record of safe, outstanding performance to more of our regional destinations. And we will continue to optimise our entire route map to make sure we have the right aircraft in the right markets to best meet the demand."