Frontier Airlines back to Fort Lauderdale with 12 nonstop flights

Published on : Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Early next year, Frontier Airlines returns to Fort Lauderdale with 12 new nonstop flights in the heart of Spirit Airlines Country. On Tuesday, the Denver-based budget carrier offered bargain fares but charges extra for everything else. It plans to resume service to and from the South Florida vacation destination in Feb.

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Frontier served Fort Lauderdale in the past, recently in 2019. It also plans to start service from Orlando in March and increase service from the East Coast to Cancun and San Juan in Feb. The airline frequently experiments with new routes, abandoning them if there’s no travel demand, including costs. This year, it discontinued flights at Los Angeles International Airport and San Jose International Airport and announces plans to discontinue flights at Dulles and Newark in 2022.

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