Frontier adds nonstop service to six new cities at Cincinnati airport

Frontier Airlines has added six new nonstop flights from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

Discount carrier Frontier is growing its service with the addition of six nonstop destinations, including Seattle, Miami, San Antonio, Austin, Jacksonville and Raleigh/Durham. That brings Frontier’s service to 22 destinations from CVG, according to a statement from the airport.

» Dayton Airport director’s plan to lure passengers: Bigger planes, more flights

“With today’s announcement, Frontier now offers our Low Fares Done Right to even more destinations from Cincinnati,” said Mark Mitchell, chief accounting officer. “Customers traveling from Cincinnati now have more low-cost options in these markets, and with The WORKS and The PERKS bundles, we offer the best value in U.S. air travel.”

Flights to Miami begin Oct.5, and operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Flights start at $34 one-way for Discount Den members and $49 for non-members.

Flights to Seattle, San Antonio, Austin, Jacksonville and Raleigh/Durham will start in the spring 2018 with ticket sales beginning in late August.

CVG is one of the three global super-hubs for DHL, and also offers direct international service to Paris, Toronto, Cancun, Montego Bay and Punta Cana.


» HomeGoods parent company launches new spinoff store chain

» What's next for Austin Landing? Developer envisions expansion


»Children's clothing retailer closing 350 stores, including 3 locally

» Employers less likely to hire applicants with no social media presence

About the Author