Frontier Adds 15 New Routes and Discontinues 8 this August

Frontier Airlines has added 15 new nonstop routes with service starting in mid-August. To accomodate these new routes, Frontier will discontinue 8 existing routes in August.

Frontier Announces New Nonstop Flights

The newly announced routes will bring a second nonstop flight for both Louisville and Calgary. Other key cities included in the expansion are Las Vegas, Orlando, San Antonio, and San Diego.

As with most of Frontier's routes, service is very limited and flights are only flown a few times each week. Be sure to click on the fare details for specifics on when these new routes begin and what days of the week these fares are available.

New nonstop service on Frontier beginning in August

San Antonio to Salt Lake City $107 roundtrip

Las Vegas to Calgary $116 USD roundtrip

Pittsburgh to Orlando $117 roundtrip

Louisville to Austin $145 roundtrip

Spokane to Las Vegas $147 roundtrip

San Antonio to Santa Ana $147 roundtrip

Austin to Santa Ana $157 roundtrip

Minneapolis to Charleston $167 roundtrip

Ontario, California to Orlando $167 roundtrip

Milwaukee to San Diego $177 roundtrip

Raleigh to San Diego $197 roundtrip

Norfolk to Las Vegas $207 roundtrip

Indianapolis to San Diego $227 roundtrip

Pittsburgh to San Diego $247 roundtrip

Cleveland to San Diego $337 rountrip resuming service 

Nonstop service to be discontinued by Frontier in August

Cincinnati to Philadelphia $67 roundtrip

Grand Rapids to Philadelphia $97 roundtrip

Cincinnati to Phoenix $177 roundtrip

Tulsa to San Diego $177 roundtrip

Oklahoma City to San Diego $177 roundtrip

Cleveland to Phoenix $177 roundtrip

Colorado Springs to San Diego $187 roundtrip

Cleveland to Seattle $277 roundtrip

These fares all work in reverse as well. 

Keep in mind that Frontier charges extra for any bags larger than a small personal item (small backpack, purse, etc.). Pack super light to get the lowest price. Checked bag fees start at $25 each way. Larger carry-on bag fees start at $30 each way.

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