Frontier Expands Las Vegas Service

A Frontier A321 in Las Vegas (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Denver-based Frontier Airlines will be expanding and launching new services out of McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas this coming Fall 2019. The ultra-low-cost carrier which turned 25 on Friday announced seven new year-round destinations from its west coast focus city which will begin rolling out in early September.

Furthermore, the ultra-low-cost carrier will be adding two additional new seasonal routes from its focus city in Cleveland flying non-stop to Fort Lauderdale and Miami.

Frontier will be starting daily non-stop service from Las Vegas to Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX) beginning September 6. On September 10, the airline will begin flying to Los Angeles (LAX) and Miami (MIA). On November 14, the airline will launch 4x weekly service to Portland, OR (PDX), Reno (RNO) and Seattle-Tacoma (SEA), and daily service to Orange County, CA (SNA).

Service between Las Vegas and Portland, Reno, and Seattle will be year-round but will have limited departure frequencies. They only operate on Mondays, Thursday, Fridays and Sundays.

Frontier has or currently served these cities during its course of business, however, this is the very first time the airline is flying from these destinations to Las Vegas.

The ultra-low-cost carrier is currently offering introductory promotional fares for as low as $29 on certain Las Vegas routes departing Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The airline, however, charges extra for carry-on and checked-in bags, advance seat assignments, in-flight food & beverage, etc.

Albert Kuan

Most people hate long flights or overnight layovers, but Albert loves them. The airport and flying parts of traveling are the biggest highlights of any trip for him – as this avgeek always gets a thrill from sampling different airline cabin products and checking out regional developments happening at local U.S. airports. He’s flown on almost every major carrier in the U.S. and Asia Pacific, and he hopes to try out the new A350s soon.

Albert recently completed his undergraduate studies in Business Accounting at USC in Los Angeles and he is currently recruiting for a corporate analyst position at one of the U.S. legacy carriers. During his college years, he interned at LAX for Los Angeles World Airports working behind-the-scenes (and on the ramp) in public relations and accounting. Outside of writing for AirlineGeeks, he enjoys trekking the Hollywood hills, visiting new hotspots throughout SoCal, and doing the occasional weekender on Spirit Airlines.
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