HEBRON, Ky. — Frontier Airlines is expanding service out of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, according to an announcement Tuesday.
The low-cost carrier will soon offer nonstop flights to 13 destinations and will restore six popular routes to Atlanta, Dallas, Miami, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Sarasota.
Flights to Sarasota start on July 4, service to Atlanta, Dallas and Miami starts Aug. 1 and flights to Los Angeles and Philadelphia begin April 12.
Frontier is also increasing the frequency of flights to five locations with up to two flights a day from CVG to Denver, Fort Myers, Las Vegas and Tampa. In addition, the airline is offering three flights a day to Orlando.
Starting July 20, Frontier will offer 12 flights per week to Denver. On Aug. 1, the airline will offer eight flights a week to Las Vegas and will have two flights a day to Orlando.
Flights to Fort Myers and Tampa will be expanded to twice daily starting Nov. 12.
Fares are $39 and up. Travelers can visit Frontier’s website for more information.