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Jamaica: Frontier Airlines Offers Low Fares for Non-Stop Flights from St. Louis and Denver to Montego Bay
Frontier Airlines inaugurated two new routes from St. Louis (STL) and Denver (DEN) to Montego Bay (MBJ), expanding its offerings in Jamaica. The company also offers non-stop flights to Sangster International Airport (MBJ) from Orlando (MCO), Philadelphia (PHL), Chicago – Midway (MDW) and Atlanta (ATL).
According to data obtained through Cirium, Frontier will offer 5,296 weekly seats between the U.S. and Montego Bay (MBJ) next March.
St. Louis (STL)
Flight F9 14 was operated on an Airbus A320neo registered with the license plate with registration N309FR, which took off from Lambert International Airport (STL) at 10:12 local time and landed at Sangster International Airport (MBJ) at 14:33, after three hours and 21 minutes.
“We know those in the St. Louis area appreciate the option to fly non-stop to popular Caribbean destinations like Jamaica. Consumers can now take advantage of Frontier’s ‘Low Fares Done Right’ to escape the cold this winter and enjoy this beautiful island paradise – get ready to save money on your next tropical getaway!” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president commercial, Frontier Airlines.
- St. Louis – Montego Bay Flight F914 STL 10:17 – MBJ 14:52 Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
- Montego Bay – St. Louis Flight F915 MBJ 16:03 – STL 18:53 Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
The route will be operated on Airbus A320neo aircraft with a capacity of 186 seats in a single configuration and promotional fares are available from USD 147 each way.
This Friday, Frontier began operations between Denver (DEN) and Montego Bay (MBJ), the only airline to connect the state of Colorado with Jamaica. DEN will be connected to 26 nonstop international destinations in 14 countries.
“This new international destination for DEN not only enhances the value we offer our customers, but also brings us one step closer to our Vision 100 goals and provides another incredible beach destination for our customers also brings us one step closer to our Vision 100 goals and provides another incredible beach destination for Colorado travelers,” said Phillip A. Washington, DEN CEO.
Prior to the start of this route, Montego Bay (MBJ) was Denver’s (DEN) largest international market with no direct flights, prior to the pandemic nearly 900 passengers flew between the two cities. DEN was also the second largest U.S. market without service to Sangster International Airport (MBJ), behind only Los Angeles (LAX).
- Denver – Montego Bay Flight F9 420 DEN 07:15 – MBJ 14:52 Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
- Montego Bay – Denver Flight F9 247 MBJ 15:36 – DEN 18:54 Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
The service will be operated in Airbus A320neo aircraft with a capacity of 186 seats in single configuration and promotional fares are available from USD 179 one way.
This article was originally published by Rainer Nieves Dolande on Aviacionline in syndication with AirlineGeeks.
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