Low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines announced Tuesday it will be adding nine routes and two new destinations in August.
Frontier will add service to Norfolk, Virginia, and Wichita, Kansas, this summer, as well as expand the number of routes at Jacksonville International Airport with six new flights. The carrier will serve Denver from Virginia and Kansas, as well as Orlando from Virginia.
With the new routes, the airline will double the number of destinations served from Jacksonville and make Frontier the largest airline in the city by destinations served. Frontier added routes from Florida to Buffalo, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Milwaukee, St. Louis and Minneapolis–Saint Paul.
To celebrate the new routes and destinations, the carrier is offering special introductory fares as low as $29 available now through Frontier’s official website.
“These additional nine routes are the latest evidence of Frontier’s commitment to making air travel more affordable and accessible to everyone,” Frontier Airlines senior vice president Daniel Shurz said in a statement. “We’re offering not only amazing low fares but a reliable and friendly service that allows customers to customize their travel experience to their needs and budget. This empowers more people than ever to fly. This is what our Low Fares Done Right philosophy is all about.”
Frontier already serves more than 90 destinations in the United States, Canada, Dominican Republic and Mexico on nearly 300 daily flights.
The airline also flies one of the youngest fleets in the industry, with nearly 80 Airbus A320 aircraft in service. The new planes allow the carrier to continue offering low fares while providing passengers a pleasant and reliable experience when flying with the airline.