Updated: Jan 11
Rapidly growing U.S. low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines announced on Wednesday the addition of 25 new routes including Central American service to Guatemala City and San Salvador. Frontier will also serve Santiago and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.
Denver-based Frontier Airlines announced a major network expansion on Wednesday with 25 new routes including service to Central America. The airline will return to central America with service to Guatemala City and Santo Domingo and is also adding two new destinations in the Dominican Republic including Santiago and Santo Domingo. The rapidly growing carrier also announced the opening of a new Miami base in March 2020, which will become the domicile for 100 flight attendants and 30 pilots within the first three months. In Wednesday’s announcement, Frontier Airlines’ Senior Vice President – Commercial, Daniel Shurz said,
“Frontier is among the fastest growing airlines in the U.S. and we are excited to introduce 25 new routes including more flights from Newark, expansion in the Dominican republic and Puerto Rico and new flights to Guatemala City and San Salvador. We recognize the demand for affordable air travel in these communities and are proud to bring our brand of ‘Low Fares Done Right’ to these sought-after destinations.”
Frontier Airlines operates a fleet of over 90 Airbus A320 Family aircraft, including the largest fleet of A320neos in the U.S. The airline’s modern fleet delivers exceptional fuel efficiency and noise reduction compared to previous generation aircraft. Frontier uses around 39% less fuel when compared to other U.S. carriers due to a unique seating configuration and other weight saving tactics. The carrier currently has over 150 new Airbus A320neo Family aircraft on order and the company’s young and efficient fleet will help it continue to low fares for customers.