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Frontier Eyes Transcontinental Market in Its Latest Network Expansion

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August is going to be a big month for Frontier Airlines.

The ultra-low-cost carrier has announced 7 new routes, including 2 cross-country services from New York (JFK) to Las Vegas (LAS) and from Atlanta (ATL) to Los Angeles (LAX).

“By providing exceptional value and a superior travel experience, ‘The New Frontier’ is leading the way in the airline industry when it comes to convenience and affordability,” said Josh Flyr, vice president of network and operations design at Frontier Airlines.

Here’s where Frontier’s new routes could be taking you starting in mid-August.

7 New Frontier Routes Coming in August 2024

Frontier Airlines is adding a total of 7 routes to 9 airports across the U.S. this summer. The routes and their start dates and frequencies are detailed below.

Route Start Date Frequency 
Atlanta (ATL) to Boston (BOS) August 13Daily
Atlanta (ATL) to Los Angeles (LAX) August 13Daily 
Boston (BOS) to Charlotte (CLT) August 13Daily 
Boston (BOS) to Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) August 14Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays
New York (JFK) to Las Vegas (LAS) August 13Daily 
Los Angeles (LAX) to Sacramento (SMF)August 13Daily 
San Diego (SAN) to Sacramento (SMF)August 13Daily 

Along with several domestic routes announced back in April and the ramping up of its presence in key New York airports, it’s clear the ultra-low-cost carrier is attempting to undercut the more expensive legacy carriers on some major hub-to-hub routes.

Frontier New Routes For August 2024
Map of the 7 new routes Frontier Airlines will start operating in August 2024. Image Credit: Great Circle Mapper

Tickets for the new services are available to purchase from today over at One-way fares start at $19 on the Sacramento to Los Angeles and San Diego routes!

Hot Tip:

Flying ultra-low-cost airlines such as Frontier means paying extra for things like carry-on bags and checked baggage and seat selection. However, Frontier just introduced new bundles, with the cheapest starting at $39, which includes 1 carry-on bag, standard seat selection, and no change or cancellation fees.

Final Thoughts

Frontier is giving the likes of American, Delta, and United a run for their money with the introduction of new services on major routes. When you consider the addition of its new premium seats introduced in April, Frontier could become the airline of choice for some loyal legacy carrier flyers this summer.

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Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.

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