Frontier Airlines Announces Significant Philadelphia Expansion

Frontier Airlines Announces Significant Philadelphia Expansion
Tomás Del Coro from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Frontier Airlines has this week announced a significant expansion from one of it’s popular bases of Philadelphia.

10 new destinations will be on the route network from Philly in May 2024, which will bring their total destination count to 39 from the airport.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Frontier Airlines Announces Significant Philadelphia Expansion…


Frontier Airlines Announces Significant Philadelphia Expansion
Tomás Del Coro from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, CC BY-SA 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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The ten new routes with Frontier Airlines from Philadelphia are as follows:

SERVICE TO:SERVICE START:SERVICE FREQUENCY:
Knoxville (TYS)May 16, 20243x/week
Portland, Maine (PWM)May 16, 20243x/week
Milwaukee (MKE)May 16, 20243x/week
Detroit (DTW)May 16, 2024Daily
Chicago O’Hare (ORD)May 21, 2024Daily
Indianapolis (IND)May 21, 20243x/week
Columbus (CMH)May 22, 20243x/week
St. Louis (STL)May 22, 20244x/week
Kansas City (MCI)May 22, 20243x/week
Pensacola (PNS)May 22, 20243x/week
Minneapolis (MSP)May 21, 2024Daily
Pittsburgh (PIT)May 16, 20242x/daily

Commenting on the new routes from Philadelphia was Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle:

“From the Midwest to the East Coast and from Maine to Florida, these new routes span much of the country and represent our continued commitment to growth from PHL”.

“In fact, PHL will see the second largest increase in daily departures on Frontier this summer among our major operational bases.”

Adding to this was Atif Saeed, CEO of the Department of Aviation:

“We’re thrilled to make this announcement today with Frontier Airlines as it expands its summer flights out Philadelphia by 47%”.

“The expansion shows that our post-pandemic recovery continues and these ultra low-cost fares will expand market reach and help make travel possible for many more travelers – both Philadelphians who want to explore new destinations and visitors who want to come and experience the great restaurants, amenities and events that Philadelphia has to offer.”

All eyes will be on how these new routes perform.

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