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Frontier Adds Nonstop Service Between Ontario and Seattle
Earlier this week, Denver-based budget carrier Frontier Airlines announced it will begin nonstop service between the Los Angeles area’s Ontario International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Seattle.
Frontier currently operates flights to several destinations from Ontario including Denver, San Antonio, Austin, and Orlando. The announcement of service between Ontario and Seattle marks the carrier’s sixth new route from Ontario International Airport this year. Frontier recently announced other new destinations out of Ontario include Las Vegas, Newark, Miami, starting in April 2020 and Guatemala City, Guatemala in June 2020.
Frontier will operate the approximately 850 nautical mile route using its 186 seat Airbus A320. Passengers can expect the trip to take between approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes to 2 hours and 45 minutes. The flights between Ontario and Seattle will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
Daniel Shurz, Senior Vice President at Frontier, was enthusiastic about the new service and in addition to noting the carrier was proud to further expand its service from Ontario said: “Ontario International Airport’s convenience paired with Frontier’s low fares and friendly service has proven to be a combination for success and we look forward to enhancing our valued partnership.”
Frontier’s nonstop flights between Ontario and Seattle will begin on June 2, 2020. The carrier operates approximately 400 daily flights.
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