Frontier Airlines today announced three new non-stop flights coming to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport beginning in the spring.
The low-priced carrier, a growing staple here since 2013, will add Minneapolis, New York-LaGuardia and San Diego to its route map, pitting itself against the likes of legacy carriers Delta and American in two of those markets.
Hopkins to HOUSTON: Begins May 22, with flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Discount fares, as low as $29, will be offered for a limited time.
Hopkins to CHARLOTTE: Begins April 21, with flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Service will operate three times a week, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday starting on May 16, 2017 using 180-seat A320 aircraft.
Currently, there's no nonstop service from CVG to San Diego.
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The new service comes on the heels of Southwest's January announcement that it would be adding five nonstop routes this summer - Boise, Salt Lake City, Newark, Spokane and Indianapolis.
The Denver-based carrier began operating flights from Austin in 2001, the airport said.
Houston, May 22, with service on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
The four new routes bring Frontier's total in Cleveland to 17 - the same number now offered by United (United has many more daily departures, however). Paul International Airport to Cincinnati and Cleveland.