Frontier Airlines Adds Six New Destinations from Cincinnati

by Anthony Losanno
Frontier Airlines Plane

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Frontier Airlines has been seriously beefing up its route network recently. Last month, the low-cost carrier announced 55 new routes coming this spring and summer. Last week, 10 new routes to/from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) were added and today another six were put on the route map from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG).

Frontier will serve a total of 20 daily destinations from Cincinnati. New flights include:

  • Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) (4x weekly; starts on May 22nd)
  • Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) (4x weekly; starts on May 16th)
  • Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) (4x weekly; starts on May 16th)
  • Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) (4x weekly; starts on May 17th)
  • Pensacola International Airport (PNS) (3x weekly; starts on May 21st)
  • Portland International Jetport (PWM) (3x weekly; starts on May 21st)

Michael Pewther, Senior Director of Field Marketing and Sales at Frontier Airlines, said:

From New England to Florida, and Texas to the Upper Midwest, our growing route map from CVG represents a significant increase in ultra-low fare flight options for those in the greater Cincinnati area. We’re proud of our continued efforts to grow our operation at CVG, and we are grateful for the steadfast support and partnership we have received from the airport and local community every step of the way.”

Anthony’s Take: Frontier has been adding tons of new flights recently. Cincinnati was once the second largest hub for Delta Air Lines. It’s good to see it get some love after being largely abandoned by Delta years ago.

(Featured Image Credit: Frontier Airlines.)

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