Frontier Airlines has announced the addition of five new nonstop routes from Tampa International Airport in a press statement issued on Tuesday.
“We’re pleased to expand in our newest base city, Tampa, with five new nonstop flights launching just in time for the winter travel season,” said Daniel Shurz, Frontier Airlines’ senior vice president of commercial.
“Tampa continues to shine, both physically and metaphorically, as a destination people want to visit, particularly during the winter months.
Furthermore, this new service provides a quick and economical way for Tampa Bay residents to go to and see historic U.S. destinations such as Columbus and New York City.”
Beginning Nov. 30, service from Tampa to New York-LaGuardia (LGA) will be provided four times each week. Beginning Nov. 30, service to Rochester, New York (ROC) will be provided four times each week.
Service to Columbus, Ohio (CMH) will begin three times each week on December 17. The cost of the flights begins at $49.
Frontier will also provide $39 nonstop flights to Green Bay, Wisconsin (GRB) and Bloomington, Illinois (BMI) commencing December 16 and 17, respectively.
TPA CEO Joe Lopano said, “Tampa International Airport welcomes this increasing cooperation with Frontier, which clearly recognizes the Tampa Bay area as one of the finest areas in the country to live, work, and visit.”
“These routes not only provide new low-cost connections for our local inhabitants, but they also bring more northern and Midwestern visitors to our award-winning beaches, hotels, restaurants, and attractions.”