Frontier Airlines adding flights out of San Antonio International

Airliner will add flights to previously unserved cities

11. Frontier Airlines -- 1.54 reports per 1,000 passengers (Ferre' Dollar/CNN)

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio International Airport will be getting flights out of two cities previously unavailable to travelers.

Frontier Airlines will be adding flights to four cities it currently serves New Orleans, Orlando, Phoenix, San Diego, and two new cities, Cincinnati and San Jose, California.

The new flights to Cincinnati, Orlando and San Jose will be seasonal and will begin next spring. While the routes to the three other cities will begin in the fall. 

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Tickets for New Orleans, Phoenix and San Diego are now available for purchase.

We have focused attention to adding service to the unserved markets of Cincinnati and San Jose for some time,” said Russ Handy, aviation director for the city. “These new nonstop flights will have a tremendous positive impact on business and tourism between all three cities.”

Tickets to Cincinnati, Orlando and San Jose will not be available until October.

READ MORE: SAT adds nonstop flight to Toronto

This addition comes on the heels of Air Canada adding nonstop flights to Toronto on May 1.

With the addition of the two cities, SAT will serve 40 markets across North America.


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