Frontier Airlines (2nd) (Denver) has announced its summer 2010 schedule with the addition of seven new destinations from its Denver International Airport (DEN) hub, as well as increased frequencies to four popular destinations for the peak summer travel season. The carrier also announced it will expand its current seasonal service between Denver and Fort Myers to year-round.
The new service includes new nonstop service to Branson (BKG); Grand Rapids (GRR); Long Beach (LGB); Madison (MSN); Newport News/Williamsburg (PHF); Santa Barbara (SBA); and seasonal nonstop service to Green Bay (GRB). In addition, Frontier will add a third daily frequency to New York-LaGuardia on April 19 and a fifth daily frequency to Portland, OR.; San Francisco; and Seattle/Tacoma on May 14 for the peak summer travel period.
In addition, effective April 19, all service between Denver and Albuquerque, Oklahoma City, Omaha and Salt Lake City will be provided by jet aircraft, including Embraer ERJ 170s, ERJ 190s (operated by Republic Airlines) and Airbus aircraft.
All seven new routes will be operated by Republic Airlines (2nd) Embraer ERJ 190s.