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DENVER, CO. - Following the first phase of a major realignment of its route structure announced in November 2007, Frontier Airlines (NASDAQ: FRNT) today announced new regional destinations designed to optimize the financial performance of its Embraer E-170 and Bombardier Q400 regional aircraft (operated for Frontier by Republic Air and Lynx Aviation respectively).
The new regional markets announced today are shorter-haul markets, better suited to leveraging the economics of the E-170 and the Q400. In conjunction with its regional expansion, Frontier is also increasing capacity in several of its most popular destinations as it replaces regional aircraft with mainline and increases frequencies in time for the busy summer travel season.
Frontier is announcing several new non-stops to
Rocky Mountain and regional destinations from Denver
"We're thrilled Colorado's hometown carrier is making it easier for travelers across the United States to reach the Rocky Mountains and their ample tourist attractions," said Rob Perlman, Chairman of the Colorado Tourism Office Board of Directors. "Experiencing Colorado's world-class ski resorts, superior outdoor recreation, historic and natural points of interest and cultural events is easier than ever. Frontier's expanded air service to Colorado Springs and its natural wonders, Grand Junction and its growing agritourism, and the mountain airports of Aspen and Durango is great news for locals and visitors alike and illustrates Frontier's continued commitment to improving air access throughout Colorado," Perlman added.
For airfare information please visit www.flyfrontier.com or call (800) 432-1359 The scheduled flights into/from Fargo and Denver are as follows:
Fargo intro fares - To book a flight click here.
Earn double miles for travel between Denver and Fargo from May 12, 2008 to June 12, 2008.+
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