Frontier Airlines Adds Daily Nonstop Route Between Phoenix, Chicago Midway

Low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines today announces 13 nonstop routes from two new airports: Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) and William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) in Houston. The expansion in Chicago and Houston complements Frontier’s existing service in the two markets at Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). To celebrate the new flights and market growth, the airline is offering fares as low as $29*.

“We’re excited to strengthen our position in two of the five largest metro areas in the country with 13 new routes and two additional airport options for our customers flying to or from Chicago or Houston,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial, Frontier Airlines. “Frontier’s growth in 2021 was nothing short of remarkable and our team continues to look ahead at new opportunities to expand ‘Low Fares Done Right’ across both the U.S. and our rapidly growing international network. This strategic announcement situates Frontier to capture strong existing demand and stimulate new traffic with affordable fares and convenient service.”

New Routes from Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW):

SERVICE TO: SERVICE START: SERVICE FREQUENCY: INTRO FARE:
Atlanta (ATL) April 28, 2022 Daily $29*
Dallas (DFW) April 28, 2022 Daily $29*
Denver (DEN) April 28, 2022 Daily $39*
Las Vegas (LAS) April 28, 2022 Daily $39*
Ontario, Calif. (ONT) April 28, 2022 Daily $39*
Phoenix (PHX) April 28, 2022 Daily $59*
Tampa (TPA) April 28, 2022 Daily $29*
Trenton, N.J. (TTN) April 29, 2022 4x Weekly $39*
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) Oct. 13, 2022 Daily $49*
Orlando (MCO) Oct. 13, 2022 Daily $49*

New Routes from William P. Hobby Airport (HOU):

SERVICE TO: SERVICE START: SERVICE FREQUENCY: INTRO FARE:
Cancun (CUN)** May 26, 2022 3x Weekly To CUN: $79*
Las Vegas (LAS) May 27, 2022 4x Weekly $59*
Orlando (MCO) May 27, 2022 4x Weekly $39*

 


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