Frontier Airlines is expanding its service at Philadelphia International Airport this spring by adding nonstop seasonal routes between three U.S. cities, including Boston, the airline recently announced.
The Denver-based low-fare carrier is adding routes between Philadelphia and Boston, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
“Frontier will now offer the only nonstop ultra-low-cost flights to Boston and Chicago from [Philadelphia International Airport] and daily flights to Los Angeles,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial for Frontier Airlines, in a press release.
The service between Boston and Philadelphia begins May 1 and will operate daily, according to the airline. The cost of airfare from Boston to Philadelphia during the first week of service is as low as $115 roundtrip, available midweek, as of this article’s publication.
“Over the last two years, Frontier has added or increased seasonal and year-round nonstop service from [Philadelphia International Airport] to destinations popular with both tourists and business travelers,” said Philadelphia International Airport CEO Chellie Cameron in a press release. “We are excited that Frontier is continuing this trend by adding Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston flights to their [Philadelphia International Airport] schedule. Passengers, businesses, and our regional economy benefit when our airline partners offer more flights to more cities.”
When the new routes begin, Frontier will offer a total of 24 nonstop options from Philadelphia, according to the airline.