Frontier Airlines has announced major air service expansion plans to 21 cities including Fresno. The airline, committed to offering low fares done right, will begin non-stop air service between Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) and Denver International Airport (DEN) in spring 2018.
Introductory fares, flight frequencies and schedules for non-stop service between Fresno and Denver will soon be announced for travel in spring 2018. Today’s announcement by Frontier increases the airline’s destinations served by 30 percent, doubling the number of its total routes. By next spring, Frontier will offer low fares to 90 percent of the U.S. population.
“We are excited to be included in Frontier’s major network expansion and look forward to welcoming the airline to our healthy mix of air service options through Fresno,” said Director of Aviation Kevin Meikle. “The addition of a low-cost carrier in our market will help foster airfare competition and provide travelers with more airline choices to Frontier’s major network hub in Denver and to connections beyond.”
“With today’s announcement, Frontier now offers our Low Fares Done Right to travelers in Fresno,” said Frontier spokesman Rich Oliver. “Travelers in Fresno now have a significantly lower cost option to travel to great Frontier destinations.”