You can now get to Providence, R.I. and Portland, Maine using Frontier Airlines out of the Philadelphia International Airport,writes Michael Tanenbaum for phillyvoice.com.
The airline announced its new nonstop service to the two destinations in time for the summer travel season.
The airline is offering introductory fares at $29 and $39 respectively if purchased by July 18 at 1:59 p.m.
The flight to Providence will run three times a week. The flight to Portland will run four times a week.
“We’re excited to launch service from Philadelphia to Portland and Providence,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial flights at Frontier Airlines. “Frontier now offers 23 nonstop Philadelphia routes this summer and we are excited to add New England to the range of destinations we offer our customers.”
Philadelphia International Airport CEO Chelie Cameron said the two new destinations provides outdoor recreational possibilities.
“Our guests are looking for vacation destinations with plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities,” Cameron said. “Providence and Portland are perfect options and we are thrilled that Frontier chose to offer that service to PHL’s passengers.”
Read more at phillyvoice.com about Frontier’s new flights to New England.