Denver-based Frontier Airlines will begin several new flights from Las Vegas, Orlando and Philadelphia from 25 October.
The airline will launch nonstop daily service to Miami, Milwaukee, Houston Intercontinental and San Francisco from Las Vegas. The new flights will bring the number of Frontier's destinations to 13 from Las Vegas, says the carrier.
At Orlando, Frontier will launch new daily service to Indianapolis and Los Angeles.
Finally, the carrier will begin flights from Philadelphia to Fort Myers and Montego Bay.
“We are excited to offer even more low fare service in popular leisure markets around the country,” says Daniel Shurz, Frontier's chief commercial officer.
Frontier operates Airbus A320 family aircraft.
It will face competition on all of its new routes, schedules in Innovata show. Frontier will be pitted against at least four airlines on the two most competitive routes: Las Vegas-San Francisco and Orlando-Los Angeles.
It will compete against United Airlines, Virgin America, Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways on the former route, and against Delta Air Lines, United, American Airlines and Virgin America on the latter.
Frontier will compete against American on Las Vegas-Miami, Southwest on Las Vegas-Milwaukee, and both United and Spirit Airlines on Las Vegas-Houston Intercontinental. On Orlando-Indianapolis, it will compete against Delta and Southwest.
At Philadelphia, Frontier will end the monopoly of American Airlines' US Airways subsidiary on both routes to Fort Myers and Montego Bay.
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