Frontier Airlines offers new non-stop flights to Orlando
Florida Travel Guide for non-stop flights into Orlando
Frontier Airlines announced a new nonstop year-round service today between Bloomington/Normal, Ill and Orlando . Starting on May 25, 2012, they will fly into the Orlando airport, three days per week. On May 27, 2012, Frontier will also increase its nonstop flights between Orlando and Madison, Wisconsin to year-round service and step up the plane to a 138-seat Airbus 319.
“Frontier already offers point-to-point service from Orlando, and we’re excited to build on the success of that service by expanding to 10 the number of destinations we serve nonstop from Orlando International Airport – the city’s preferred airport,” said David Siegel, president and chief executive officer of Frontier. “Travelers in both Bloomington/Normal and Madison can look forward to low-fare, nonstop, year-round service to and from Orlando beginning this May.”
Just yesterday, Frontier announced nonstop service from both Allentown and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania into Orlando starting in May. Destinations of Milwaukee, Denver, Knoxville, Omaha, Des Moines and Kansas City were also recently added.
Along with already reduced fares that Frontier is known for, to commemorate these new flights, Frontier Airlines is offering the following introductory fares:
- $90* each way from Orlando to Bloomington
- $130* each way from Orlando to Madison
- these fares, which include all taxes and fees, can be booked from March 14 for travel through Sept. 9, 2012.
The new flight service into Orlando will include the following:
- 138-seat Airbus 319 aircraft
- comfy leather seats
- 5 rows with additional legroom up to 7 inches
- three movie channels at every seat, along with other TV channels
Which is your favorite airline when you travel to Florida?