Soon, Frontier Airlines at Philly Airport Will Take You to 6 More Places in the U.S.

Frontier Airline jet on the ground.
Image via Frontier Airlines Facebook page.

Budget carrier Frontier Airlines continues to fine-tune its local offerings out of Philadelphia International Airport with the launch of six new nonstop routes to domestic destinations this spring, writes Laura Smythe for Philadelphia Business Journal.

The new seasonal routes will connect to Chicago Midway (MDW), Kansas City (MCI), Cincinnati (CVG), Boston (BOS), Cleveland (CLE), and San Antonio (SAT).

That brings the number of Frontier nonstop routes out of PHL to 32.

The additional routes are “a reflection of our very strong commitment to serving the Philadelphia community,” says Josh Flyr, vice president of network and operational design at Frontier Airlines.

The Chicago destination starts May 26; Kansas City, Boston, and Cincinnati, May 27; Cleveland, June 16 and San Antonio, June 17.

Frontier is the airport’s second-largest carrier based on destinations.

The expanded routes are times with what is expected to be “a very busy” summer at PHL, CEO Chelle Cameron says.

Last month, Frontier announced it was acquiring the low-cost Spirit Airlines Inc. in a $3 billion deal. That deal is expected to close in the second half of 2022.

Spirit has also been expanding at PHL and is the fourth-largest carrier there

Read more at Philadelphia Business Journal about new Frontier Airline routes opening up at Philadelphia International Airport.