Planners and attendees will soon have new options for traveling to and from the Midwest, as low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines will launch year-round nonstop service this spring to two Midwest destinations from its Denver hub, it announced this month.
Beginning May 17, Frontier will operate one daily roundtrip flight from Denver to Cedar Rapids, Iowa. On May 18, meanwhile, it will begin daily roundtrip service from Denver to Bloomington/Normal, Ill. Service to both destinations will be on a 99-seat Embraer 190 aircraft.
Frontier also announced new seasonal service — from May through September — from Denver to Bellingham, Wash.; Great Falls, Mont.; and Harrisburg, Pa.
"Adding low-fare service to these five new destinations from Denver is another sign of our ongoing commitment to our hometown," said David Siegel, president and chief executive officer of Frontier. "With the launch of this new service, Frontier will be the only low-cost airline flying between Denver and both Cedar Rapids and Great Falls, as well as the only carrier to offer nonstop service from Denver to the remaining destinations."