Frontier Airlines Announces Flights To Jamaican Capital

Photo: Frontier Airlines take delviery of an Airbus A320neo; photo credit: Airbus

LONDON – U.S-based low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines has announced that it will be launching nonstop services between Miami and Kingston, Jamaica with services beginning May 5. It is the airline’s first scheduled service to the Jamaican capital and will operate the flights on a three times weekly service.

Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial, Frontier Airlines said: “We’re thrilled to launch service between Miami and Kingston, the bustling capital city of Jamaica, Kingston is home to an array of fascinating tourism and rich historical sites as well as providing easy access to Jamaica’s stunning mountains and beaches. This new service is in addition to our existing flights to Montego Bay,” Shurz added.

The airlines said that the services might be subject to changes in times and frequencies and have urged all passengers to check its website before making travel plans for the most up-to-date information on its services.

Fernando Vistrain Lorence, Chief Executive Officer of PAC Kingston Airport Ltd said: “Kingston is sure to benefit from the new service and I know our passengers will welcome the options being opened up by Frontier. As the airport, we look forward to a great partnership and the possibility of even more services in the future.”

The announcement which was made yesterday is a continuation of plans made by the airline to continue to expand its route network following its planned merger with the fellow U.S based low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines, which was announced at the start of the month.

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