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Frontier Airlines Announces 9 New Markets From MIA This Fall

Frontier Airlines will begin nonstop flights to nine new markets from MIA, beginning in October. They are:

  • Buffalo
  • Cincinnati
  • Cleveland
  • Detroit
  • Islip
  • Milwaukee
  • Providence
  • San Juan
  • Trenton

Frontier will be the only airline flying from Miami to Buffalo, Islip, Milwaukee, Providence and Trenton.

From Miami, the airline also flies to Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas, New York, and Philadelphia. All flights to Fort Lauderdale will be ended.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

This is great news for Miami and awesome ridership for MIA

Anonymous
Anonymous

Still missing Portland..

Anonymous
Anonymous

could they find a more depressing lineup of cities? how about Sarajevo or Monrovia! LOL

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sad much?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sarajevo is beautiful. No joke.

Anonymous
Anonymous

How little do you know about geography and culture…
Sarajevo is a beautiful city, surrounded by snow capped mountains and has Christian and Muslim influence. The food is amazing and their International Film Festival is A Rated. Get your passport issued.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Pay for carry-on and no recline on the seats. Pass!

Anonymous
Anonymous

As a Jersey Snowbird, I frequently fly from Trenton to FLL, LOVE IT..wish they would still go to both airports.. Frontier is a great SHORT flight pick…Trenton is so easy …only 2 gates…

La Mala
La Mala

Kudos to Frontier’s management backing out of Cuba and expanding Mia’s operation was a good call.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Geez not one desirable location… wish they would add Raleigh

Anonymous
Anonymous

AA doesn’t offer enough flights there, I agree

Anonymous
Anonymous

Raleigh is desirable?
For what?

Anonymous
Anonymous

it’s a great place to buy hipster beard actroutroments, so is portland for that matter.

sobejohn
sobejohn

I fly MIA to Raleigh several times a year. There used to be more flights on AA but there are daily flights and I usually make it work. Most flights are pretty full so there is a demand for it. There are a surprising number of second home owners in Miami from Raleigh.

Anonymous
Anonymous

And while Fort Lauderdale continues to build out their airport what is MIA doing to increase capacity?

Suomynona
Suomynona

Requesting funding to renovate their main terminal before requesting funding to tear it down and build a new one a few years later.

Anonymous
Anonymous

that’s what they seem to do with the highways as well.

Anonymous
Anonymous

makes sense

Anonymous
Anonymous

If we don’t get our shit together both Orlando and FLL will become the de facto FL gateways to the World

Anonymous
Anonymous

Buffalo is a great alternative to see Niagara.

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