CINCINNATI (Aug. 28, 2014) – Frontier Airlines announces five new flights from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) starting Sept. 8 to Dallas/Ft.Worth (DFW), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Las Vegas (LAS), Orlando (MCO) and Phoenix (PHX). To attract attention, Frontier is briefly offering introductory $14.99 and $29 one-way flights.
Frontier will now serve 10 destinations from CVG, including Denver (DEN), Trenton (TTN), and Washington, DC-Dulles (IAD). Frontier also operates the flights to Cancun and Punta Cana for Apple Vacations.
“We are excited to offer five new Frontier destinations for residents of the Cincinnati area and appreciate the continued support of the Cincinnati community,” said Barry Biffle, Frontier’s president. “These jaw-dropping low introductory fares attest to our commitment to make air travel more affordable and accessible. We are confident customers will love our amazing low fares and the ability to optimize their travel experience for the comfort and value they seek.”
This new service from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport will operate on a 138-seat Airbus A319 aircraft. Customers booking at FlyFrontier.com and choose among two fare options:
- Classic Plus is fully refundable and has amenities like no change fees, a carry-on bag, one checked bag, and STRETCH seating.
- Economy customers pay the lowest fares but also for up-charge services such as selecting a seat assignment, a carry-on bag, and checked bags.
“This is a truly remarkable day at CVG,” said Candace McGraw, CEO of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International. “Frontier was the first low-cost carrier to begin service at CVG in May 2013 with one daily flight to Denver. Within 18 months of beginning service from CVG, Frontier will offer 41 flights per week to 10 destinations. By adding service to Las Vegas, Phoenix, Dallas, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, Frontier will increase their flights at CVG by 106 percent.”
“This addition further expands CVG’s low cost carrier foot print and further enhances our ability to provide a variety of options to customers in the tri-state region. This success would not be possible without the support of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky community,” said Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson III, Kenton County Airport Board chairman.