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Thursday morning, budget carrier Frontier Airlines announced a massive addition of 35 new nonstop routes this spring, just a week after announcing nine additional routes beginning in April.

With this expansion, the Denver-based airline will enter four new cities: Birmingham, Alabama (BHM) on April 11; Savannah, Georgia (SAV) on May 1; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (MYR) on May 20; and Branson, Missouri (BKG) on June 13.

All routes are available for purchase now, with introductory fares beginning at $29 one-way. Remember that Frontier is a low-cost carrier, and you can pay up to $130 for a carry-on bag, checked bag, and choice of seating. That being said, the airline holds the highest-possible safety rating of 7 from AirlineRatings.com, with no accidents in its 25-year history.

Here’s the full list of new nonstop routes:

  • Albuquerque (ABQ)
    • Austin (AUS)
    • Orlando (MCO)
  • Atlanta (ATL)
    • Providence (PVD)
  • Austin (AUS)
    • Buffalo (BUF)
    • Charleston (CHS)
    • Detroit (DTW)
    • Indianapolis (IND)
    • Jacksonville (JAX)
    • Milwaukee (MKE)
    • Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP)
    • Omaha (OMA)
    • Portland (PDX)
    • Providence (PVD)
    • Reno (RNO)
    • Seattle (SEA)
    • Tampa (TPA)
  • Birmingham (BHM)
    • Denver (DEN)
    • Orlando (MCO)
    • Philadelphia (PHL)
  • Branson, MO (BKG)
    • Denver (DEN)
  • Buffalo (BUF)
    • Raleigh-Durham (RDU)
  • Charleston (CHS)
    • Trenton (TTN)
  • Denver (DEN)
    • Myrtle Beach (MYR)
    • Savanah (SAV)
  • Houston (IAH)
    • Raleigh-Durham (RDU)
  • Jacksonville (JAX)
    • Trenton (TTN)
  • Long Island-Islip (ISP)
    • Myrtle Beach (MYR)
    • San Juan (SJU)
  • Milwaukee (MKE)
    • Raleigh-Durham (RDU)
  • Myrtle Beach (MYR)
    • Trenton (TTN)
  • New Orleans (MSY)
    • Raleigh-Durham (RDU)
  • Nashville (BNA)
    • Trenton (TTN)
  • Philadelphia (PHL)
    • Savannah (SAV)
  • Providence (PVD)
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
  • Raleigh-Durham (RDU)
    • San Antonio (SAT)
    • San Juan (SJU)

Featured photo by Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images

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