Frontier at the beginning of the year discontinued its afternoon flights to Denver, one of two daily flights it had from Dayton. The other is a morning flight to the same destination, which continues until May 31st.
“They told us they have enjoyed their time in Dayton and maybe they’ll return in future,” Slaybaugh said. United Airlines also serves Denver, Slaybaugh added. “We do have a lot of service to Denver,” he added.
Slaybaugh said that in 2012 through November, Frontier had nearly 80,000 boardings in Dayton, a 6.4 percent decline from 2011.
Telephone and Email requests for comment from Frontier Airlines were not immediately returned Friday morning.