Airlines is seeking US DOT approval to operate service to Canada,
either directly or through a codeshare agreement with
regional carrier Horizon Air.
Frontier is not specifying the routes or frequencies it intends to operate, although
it notes that service may originate from its Colorado
low-cost carrier also notes that should service be operated by Horzon Air, it will act as the marketing carrier.
says it expects demand for its Canadian services to “expand in a manner similar
to its levels of service to Mexico”.
The airline launch service to Mexico
three years ago with two routes; it now serves seven Mexican destinations.
Air’s own schedule already includes six Canadian services from the USA:
Calgary and Edmonton
in Alberta; and Kamloops, Kelowna, Vancouver
in British Columbia.