Frontier unveils 21 new routes from Atlanta, Las Vegas and DFW

Jul 20, 2021

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Frontier Airlines is the latest carrier to unveil a big expansion as the industry continues to recover from the worst of the pandemic.

The Denver-based ultra low-cost carrier unveiled 21 new routes on Tuesday that grow its presence in three of its busier bases.

“We’re thrilled to continue growing with a new round of 21 nonstop routes that greatly expand our service in three major markets: Atlanta, Dallas and Las Vegas,” Daniel Shurz, Frontier’s senior vice president of commercial, said in a statement. “Today’s announcement highlights our confidence in travel’s continued rebound for the rest of 2021 and beyond.”

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The biggest winner in Tuesday’s announcement was Atlanta, which landed nine of the new routes. With the additions, Frontier will now offer either seasonal or year-round service to 32 destinations from the city.

Dallas-Fort Worth got seven new routes, bringing Frontier’s count of nonstop destinations there to 20. And Las Vegas now has 54 nonstop destinations on Frontier after landing five new routes.

The full details of the new routes are below. All are currently planned to be year-round.

Frontier’s new routes from Atlanta (ATL)

Destination Start date Frequency 
Baltimore (BWI) Sept. 8 Four times weekly
Cancun, Mexico (CUN) Nov. 2 Four times weekly
Chicago O’Hare (ORD) Sept. 8 Four times weekly
Detroit (DTW) Sept. 7 Three times weekly
Houston Bush Intercontinental (IAH) Sept. 8 Four times weekly
Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ) Nov. 1 Three times weekly
New Orleans (MSY) Sept. 9 Three times weekly
St. Louis (STL) Sept. 7 Three times weekly
West Palm Beach, Florida (PBI) Nov. 1 Daily

Frontier’s new routes from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)

Destination Start date Frequency
Buffalo, New York (BUF) April 24 Three times weekly
Durango, Colorado (DRO) April 30 One flight per week
Hartford, Connecticut (BDL) April 25 Three times weekly
Phoenix (PHX) Nov. 1 Four times weekly
San Diego (SAN) Sept. 7 Three times weekly
San Francisco (SFO) Sept. 8 Four times weekly
Tampa (TPA) Nov. 2 Four times weekly

Frontier’s new routes from Las Vegas (LAS)

Destination Start date Frequency
Des Moines (DSM) Sept. 10 Twice weekly
Harlingen, Texas (HRL) Sept. 9 Twice weekly
Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) Sept. 9 Four times weekly
New Orleans (MSY) Sept. 9 Four times weekly
Sioux Falls, South Dakota (FSD) Sept. 9 Twice weekly


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