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Frontier Airlines is increasing its presence in Texas with new services from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).
The ultra-low-cost airline will be launching 5 new nonstop services starting on April 18, 2023.
“It’s clear DFW will serve a central role in the expansion of our network for years to come,” said Daniel Shurz, Senior Vice President of Commercial at Frontier Airlines. “We’re proud of a partnership that promises to foster a positive economic impact for the entire Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.”
Here’s what we know about Frontier’s latest network expansion out of DFW.
Frontier Announces 5 New Routes For Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)
Frontier Airlines is bringing even more ultra-low-cost fares to Dallas-Forth Worth with the addition of 5 new routes.
The new nonstop services to Baltimore (BWI), La Guardia (LGA), Montego Bay (MBJ), Orange Country (SNA), and Raleigh-Durham (RDU) bring the total number of Frontier services from the Texas hub to 19.
Here is the start date and frequency of each of the 5 routes:
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|Baltimore (BWI)||May 21, 2023||Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays|
|La Guardia (LGA)||April 18, 2023||Daily|
|Montego Bay (MBJ)||May 22, 2023||Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays|
|Orange County (SNA)||May 21, 2023||Daily|
|Raleigh-Durham (RDU)||May 22, 2023||Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays|
Each of Frontier’s new destinations from DFW are already served by at least 1 airline.
As Dallas-Fort Worth is the home of and major hub for American Airlines, the U.S. flag carrier already operates to each of Frontier’s new destinations from the airport.
Frontier will bring lower fares that could even force American to drive down their fares on the routes in the name of competition.
Hot Tip: Frontier Airlines is an ultra-low-cost airline based out of Denver, Colorado (DEN). Here’s our full review of the airline giving you insights into everything from seats and amenities to customer service and baggage fees.
Kicking things off in true ultra-low-cost style, Frontier is advertising intro 1-way fares from as low as $59 on the new routes out of DFW.
However, we’ve found 1-way fares from Dallas-Fort Worth and Raleigh-Durham from as little as $29 if you’re a member of Frontier’s Discount Den.
If you’re a Dallas-based flyer or travel often to DFW, Frontier Airlines is bringing more ultra-low-cost fares to the Dallas area.
The airline’s 5 new routes will provide welcome cheaper alternatives to the fares already available with other airlines.
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