Frontier Airlines will begin new service from Denver to Memphis and from Trenton in New Jersey to Cincinnati and Charlotte next year, the carrier announces.
Denver-based Frontier will operate the Denver-Memphis flights four times weekly beginning 7 March using Airbus A319 aircraft, says a media release.
The flight is timed for convenient connections on Frontier to west coast destinations like Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco and Seattle, says Frontier.
Delta Air Lines and United Airlines also fly between Denver and Memphis, according to FlightMaps Analytics.
Beginning 12 February, Frontier will begin flying from Trenton Mercer Airport in New Jersey and both Cincinnati, Ohio, and Charlotte, North Carolina.
The Charlotte flights will operate four times weekly and the Cincinnati flights will operate three times weekly, according to the airline.
Frontier will operate both flights with A319s.
The additional Trenton flights bring to 11 the number of destinations Frontier serves from the city.
No other carriers fly to Trenton, but the city is only about 40km (25mi) from US Airways’ hub in Philadelphia and 72km from New York City.
The Trenton airport has been closed since September due to runway safety improvements, but is scheduled to reopen 8 November.