Frontier Airlines to being $39 flights from Birmingham

Frontier Airlines to being $39 flights from Birmingham

This announcement comes before the carrier even begins service at Charleston International Airport on February 20 with previously announced nonstop flights to Denver and Philadelphia. Flights to the hot vacation town and Austin will roll out April 9. "The airport's team continues to keep its operating costs affordable, making it a desirable facility for airlines to launch operations and expand their service offerings".

Frontier Airlines will resume service at the Branson airport this summer. Beginning in June, the Denver-based carrier will offer nonstop flights to/from Denver International Airport.

On Wednesday, the airline company announced that it would start operating out of Myrtle Beach International Airport, with some flights starting as low as $39 each way. It's motto is 'Low Fares Done Right'.

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"We are thrilled to welcome Frontier Airlines to Myrtle Beach", said Brad Dean, president and CEO of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.

Frontier marks the tenth airline partner for MYR.

In the main terminal Thursday, Frontier's director of network scheduling, Bob Westgate said, non-stop flights to Austin, Texas and Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina will begin in April. This empowers more people than ever to fly.

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Frontier flies one the youngest fleet in the industry of Airbus A320 Family jet aircraft.

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