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Frontier Planning Return to San Jose After Three Year Pause

The airline will add service to five destinations this summer.

An A321 in Frontier’s “Spot the Jaguar” livery on approach into Las Vegas. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Frontier is returning to San Jose, Calif. for the first time in nearly three years. The ultra-low-cost carrier last served the airport in September 2021.

Starting in July, the carrier is slated to begin service to two destinations, including Denver and San Diego. In August, service to Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Phoenix will begin.

“As we look forward to a strong summer travel season, we are thrilled to launch these nonstop routes from San José,” said Josh Flyr, Frontier’s vice president of network and operations design, in a press release. “This service demonstrates our commitment to connecting consumers across the country with affordable and convenient flight options as they travel for business and for leisure.”

The new flights are scheduled to operate once per day. In the Bay Area, Frontier also serves San Francisco.

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