top of page

The content on Breitflyte Airline News Network will always be free and won’t require a subscription. is a participant in several affiliate advertising programs designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to affiliated sites.  We may earn a commission if you click on or make a purchase through one of our links.  Thank you for supporting our affiliate advertisers. 


Frontier Starts Service to Cancun From Houston Hobby and IAH; Adds Cincinnati and NY Stewart Flights

Frontier Airlines has today launched nonstop service from both Houston Hobby and Houston Intercontinental Airport to Cancun. The carrier has also resumed service from Cincinnati to Raleigh and Philadelphia, and added new routes from New York Stewart.

Frontier Airlines Airbus A320 - Courtesy Airbus

On Thursday (May 26, 2022), Frontier Airlines announced the launch of new service from both William P. Hobby (HOU) and George Bush Intercontinental (IAH) airports in Houston to Cancun. Celebrating the launch of the new Cancun routes, the carrier is offering introductory one-way fares from only $99. To qualify for the promotional fares, tickets must be purchased by 11:59 PM EDT on May 31st for travel from June 1st through June 29, 2022. A three day advance purchase is required but a roundtrip booking is not required.

In Thursday’s announcment, Frontier Airlines’ Representative, Stephen Shaw, said,

“We are excited to launch new international service to Cancun from both major Houston airports. With this new service, we now fly to three destinations from HOU, including Orlando and Las Vegas, and six from IAH as we continue to grow our presence from the greater Houston area.”

Separately on Thursday (May 26, 2022), Frontier announced the resumption of service from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport (CVG) to Raleigh-Durham and Philadelphia, with introductory fares from $69 and $99 respectively.

Commenting on the restarted routes, Frontier Airlines’ Senior Vice President of Commercial, Daniel Shurz, said,

“We are excited to launch service from Cincinnati to Raleigh-Durham and Philadelphia. With these two additional routes, we now offer nonstop flights to a total of 11 destinations from CVG, along with connecting options to a wide variety of cities across our network.”

Frontier Airlines further announced on Thursday (May 26th) the launch of new service from New York Stewart International Airport (SWF) to Atlanta and Raleigh-Durham, with introductory fares from $69 and $79 respectively.

Speaking on the added service from New York Stewart, Frontier Airlines’ Senior Manager – Sales and Distribution, Will Evans, said,

“We are excited to grow our service at New York Stewart International Airport. These new routes mean we now offer nonstop service to a total of five destinations from SWF. Both visitors and residents of the southern Hudson Valley now have more options for convenience and affordability with Frontier’s ultra-low fares and friendly service.”

Frontier Airlines (NASDAQ: ULCC) is committed to “Low Fares Done Right.” The Denver-based carrier operates over 110 Airbus A320 Family aircraft and has the largest Airbus A320neo fleet in the U.S., delivering the highest level of fuel-efficiency and noise footprint reduction compared to previous generation models. Frontier offers customers the ability to customize travel to their needs and budget, including base fares, a-la-carte options and one low-priced bundle called the WORKS.

Frontier Airlines New and Resumed Routes From HOU, IAH, CVG and SWF - Courtesy Frontier Airlines

Frontier’s commitment to families includes their ‘Discount Den’ travel club which allows children 14 years and younger to fly free on qualifying flights. The airline’s family friendly FRONTIER Miles loyalty program allows guests to earn one mile for every mile flown and permits the family pooling of miles, making it easier to earn rewards. Frontier currently has around 230 new Airbus aircraft on order, which will help the airline continue to deliver on their mission of providing affordable travel across America.

Source: Frontier Airlines


bottom of page