Frontier Airlines cuts seasonal flights at Colorado Springs Airport
Frontier Airlines is scrapping seasonal service that operated last year from Colorado Springs to four cities, the Denver-based carrier confirmed Tuesday.
In November, Frontier suspended seasonal flights, which operated three to five days a week, to Atlanta, Minneapolis, San Antonio and Washington, D.C.. Typically, though, it resumes service to seasonal destinations in late April or early May.
Jennifer De La Cruz, a spokeswoman in Denver for the low-fare carrier, said “other strategic priorities took preference” over the Colorado Springs flights but added that Frontier continues “to see opportunity for route expansion in Colorado Springs, including new seasonal routes. We are looking at new options for the 2021 summer season.”
The airline will continue its daily flights to Las Vegas and Phoenix and three-day-a-week service to Orlando, Fla., all operated since 2016.
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