Frontier Airlines Cancels 12 Routes

by Anthony Losanno
Frontier Plane

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Frontier Airlines is cancelling 12 routes Denver International Airport (DEN), Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS), and Orlando International Airport (MCO). With these cuts, the Denver-based low-cost carrier will completely exit Harrisburg International Airport (MDT) and Los Cabos International Airport (SJD).

Denver International Airport (DEN)

Two routes are being cancelled out of Frontier’s hub. These include:

  • Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) (ends on August 11th)
  • Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) (already off the schedule)

Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)

Four routes are being cancelled out of Las Vegas. These include:

  • Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) (ends August 12th)
  • Indianapolis International Airport (IND) (ends August 12th)
  • Sacramento International Airport (SMF) (ends August 12th)
  • Tampa International Airport (TPA) (ends August 12th)

Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Six routes are being cancelled out of Las Vegas. These include:

  • Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) (ends August 12th)
  • John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH) (ends August 12th)
  • Harrisburg International Airport (MDT) (ends May 13th)
  • Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) (ends August 12th)
  • Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) (ends August 12th)
  • Santo Domingo Las Américas International Airport (SDQ) (ends August 12th)

These cuts come on the heels of Frontier adding 55 routes across airports (more here), plus 10 from Cleveland (more here), six from Cincinnati (more here), and 10 from Philadelphia (more here).

Anthony’s Take: Even with these cuts, Frontier has added tons of new routes this year. It’s interesting to see the Orlando cuts because leisure travel seems to still be booming.

(Featured Image Credit: Frontier Airlines.)

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1 comment

ChuckMO February 25, 2024 - 7:20 am

Cutting MCO is no shock. Everyone is trying to milk the Mouse and yields have taken a hit. It seems even the bottomless demand to MCO has a limit.


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