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Frontier Airlines planes stand at gates on the A Concourse at Denver International Airport in Denver. (Photo: David Zalubowski | AP)

Frontier Airlines announces new routes for Jamaica, Aruba and Turks and Caicos

Frontier Airlines planes stand at gates on the A Concourse at Denver International Airport in Denver. (Photo: David Zalubowski | AP)

Low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines yesterday announced 15 new non-stop routes, including a Newark to Montego Bay service scheduled to begin on December 17.

The Montego Bay route, the airline noted, is scheduled for Government approval and the service will come in at an introductory offer of US$99 operating three times weekly.

The Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica. (File photo)

The airline, in a news release, said it is expanding significantly in Miami with nine new routes, including its first-ever service to Aruba, along with flights to the Turks & Caicos.

“We’re thrilled to continue Frontier’s remarkable growth streak with the announcement of 15 new non-stop routes, including our first-ever service to Aruba and new international routes from Denver, Newark and Philadelphia,” the release quotes Daniel Shurz, senior vice-president of commercial, Frontier Airlines.

Daniel Shurz, senior- vice-president — commercial, Frontier Airlines. (Photo: Warwick Beacon )

“We continue to focus on adding service to markets where our ‘Low Fares Done Right’ approach benefits customers and stimulates demand with affordable fares and convenient service. Today’s expansion holds true to that cornerstone and offers travellers new routes to some of the most popular domestic and international vacation destinations,” Shurz added.

Frequency and times are subject to change, the airline said and advised customers to check FlyFrontier.com for the most updated schedule.

Pointing out that it is focused on more than low fares, the carrier states that it offers customers the ability to customise travel to their needs and budget.