At a news conference Thursday, Al.com reports the airline will offer direct service to Denver, Orlando and Philadelphia from Birmingham.
The airline is now the second-largest carrier at RDU by number of destinations serviced - 15. Introductory prices will start at $39. "We are committed to making flying affordable for everyone and to be adding new service here before our first flights have even departed speaks to the early support of the community and our partners here at the Charleston airport".More news: England left to lament controversial Glenn Maxwell catch call in Twenty20
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Frontier previously announced flights to Denver beginning in February 14, Cincinnati beginning in April, and Philadelphia and Chicago starting in May.
All will be served on new A-320 aircraft. By summer 2018, the company hopes to deliver low-priced fares to 90 percent of their customers. It will also resume service to Branson (Missouri), which it previously operated seasonal flights to.
Three of the new cities Frontier will fly next are among the places RDU considers underserved, because they're the ultimate destination for many Triangle travelers who must get a connecting flight. "We're offering not only awesome low fares but a reliable and friendly service that allows customers to customize their travel experience to their needs and their budget".