Frontier Airlines plans to launch non-stop service between Denver and Bismarck, North Dakota, from 17 May.
The low-cost carrier will operate five times weekly on the route, its latest addition to an earlier announced push from Denver. Earlier this month, Frontier announced the launch of five new non-stop routes from Denver later this year: Bloomington/Normal, Illinois; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Bellingham, Washington; Great Falls, Montana and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
The new routes will take the number of non-stop destinations offered by Frontier from Denver to 67.
Frontier's president and CEO David Siegel said the airline plans to work with Denver city to further increase the number of destinations served by the carrier.