Frontier Airlines starts 2019 with 22 new routes

"Marty, the Marmot"

Frontier Airlines kicked off the new year in style, announcing the addition of 22 new nonstop routes from Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU), McCarran International Airport (LAS), Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Orlando International Airport (MCO).

Service will begin in the spring of 2019.

Routes and Frequency:

Raleigh-Durham:

ALB

TO/FROM

RDU

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

BDL

TO/FROM

RDU

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

BOS

TO/FROM

RDU

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday

CMH

TO/FROM

RDU

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday

ISP

TO/FROM

RDU

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

JAX

TO/FROM

RDU

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

PHL

TO/FROM

RDU

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

TPA

TO/FROM

RDU

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday

Las Vegas:

DFW

TO/FROM

LAS

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday

IAH

TO/FROM

LAS

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

DTW

TO/FROM

LAS

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

PHL

TO/FROM

LAS

Daily

SAN

TO/FROM

LAS

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,

Friday, Sunday

Philadelphia:

ATL

TO/FROM

PHL

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

LAS

TO/FROM

PHL

Daily

MYR

TO/FROM

PHL

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

PNS

TO/FROM

PHL

Monday, Friday

RDU

TO/FROM

PHL

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

Orlando:

BDL

TO/FROM

MCO

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday

BOS

TO/FROM

MCO

Daily

(From 4/19/19 to 4/29/19 operates Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday)

BWI

TO/FROM

MCO

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

DFW

TO/FROM

MCO

Friday, Saturday

IAH

TO/FROM

MCO

Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

PUJ

TO/FROM

MCO

Monday, Friday

Boston:

MCO

TO/FROM

BOS

Daily

(From 4/19/19 to 4/29/19 operates Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday)

RDU

TO/FROM

BOS

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday

Top Copyright Photo: Frontier Airlines (2nd) Airbus A320-214 WL N236FR (msn 7389) (Marty, the Marmot) SNA (Michael B. Ing). Image: 944748.

Frontier Airlines aircraft slide show:

Route Map:

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