Frontier Airlines announced on Thursday it will expand its low-fare service at Trenton-Mercer Airport, with the addition of four nonstop destinations launching in late January and early February 2013.
In addition to service to Orlando, Fla., Frontier will now fly to Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, New Orleans, and Tampa. Introductory fares are available through Nov. 29 at www.flyfrontier.com
“Customers who fly from Trenton can now skip the congested and expensive alternative hubs in the region and enjoy quick, convenient, low-fare travel to top leisure destinations in Florida and Louisiana," said Daniel Shurz, Frontier’s senior vice president, commercial.
- Fort Myers service will begin Jan. 31, 2013 with flights on Thursday and Sunday.
- Tampa service will begin Jan. 31, 2013 with flights on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
- New Orleans service will begin Feb. 1, 2013 with flights on Monday and Friday.
- Fort Lauderdale service will begin Feb. 2, 2013 with flights on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Frontier will also increase service to Orlando from two weekly flights to four beginning Feb. 1, 2013. Flights will be on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
Frontier executives joined county officials at Trenton-Mercer Airport to make the announcement this morning. The Denver-based airline also announced that it will base an Airbus A319 aircraft at the airport to operate the new service.
“Frontier is the right partner at the right time. We are confident the traveling public will embrace these new destinations, and as a result, the Mercer County economy will get an added boost," Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes said.