Frontier Airlines To Announce Eight New Routes From MIA

Frontier Airlines is set to announce a major expansion from Miami International Airport.

The airline will announce service to eight new cities from MIA. Five of the new routes are not currently flown by any airline.

Tickets will go on sale tomorrow, and the new service will begin this fall. MIA officials and Frontier executives will hold a press conference tomorrow (July 18) to announce the plans.

Frontier began service to MIA at the end of 2014. The airline ranked 7th by volume at the airport in 2016, with nearly 575,000 passengers.

frontier recently named a plane after miami, called mia the dolphin:

(photos: frontier/facebook)

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

The flights are to:

Buffalo
Cleveland
Cincinnati
Detroit
Islip (Long Island)
Milwaukee
New York-LaGuardia (resumption)
Providence
San Juan
Trenton

So five new destinations for MIA and competition on five others.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Oh and the Trenton and Cincinnati flights are being moved from Fort Lauderdale. Frontier will cease all service to FLL.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Better than I expected!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Great to see alternative cities getting nonstop routes to Miami. This will alleviate our packed planes from major cities and give the opportunity to other domestic visitors easy access to our city.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Hard to think of 5 cities that AA doesn’t fly to (that Frontier would pick up)

Anonymous
4 years ago

Probably smaller ones.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Most definitely. Trenton makes sense. We’ll see what others.

Billy
4 years ago

Hardly.

Here’s eight: Islip (former AA route), Providence, Portland, Orange County, Colorado Springs (F9 is starting TPA/RSW/MCO-COS this winter, so why not?), Milwaukee, Knoxville (former AA route), Trenton.

Simon
4 years ago

Islip, Buffalo, Grand Rapids, Trenton and Providence?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Portland

Mari
4 years ago

Not impressed with this airline’s practices at all.

Flymia
4 years ago

I don’t fly them either, but regardless its good for everyone. More competition the better.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Great. Southwest has rip off prices between fll and slip. I hope they give them a good whooping competition