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Frontier leaves 32 national and 11 international routes to Cancun

Frontier leaves 32 national and 11 international routes to Cancun

Although he programmed 24 new routes

RR | Miami | August 2, 2022

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Frontier will cancel 32 domestic and 11 international tracks from its winter tracks for the winter schedule, which were due to start in November. Likewise, it has scheduled 24 tracks already on sale that will operate from November and January, as recorded by Cirium.

85% of the routes that will stop operating nationwide have to do with different destinations in Florida, such as: Miami, Orlando, Tampa and Fort Lauderdale, but Las Vegas also stands out. From international routes, operations with Cancun will be: Cancun to Hartford, Cancun to Boston, Cancun to Buffalo, Cancun to Columbus, Cancun to Dallas Fort Worth, Cancun to Detroit, Cancun to Houston Hobby, Cancun to Miami, Cancun to Minneapolis, Cancun to Providencia, Cancun to Durham Raleigh

Cirum’s latest report shows more than 4,000 flights canceled, according to Simple Flying. However, Frontier this week added operations from Denver to Houston Hobby, a route that last served in July 2012 but will begin on September 7.

As mentioned, With Spirit’s recent rejection of Frontier’s bid, Frontier launched an offer where it slashes ticket prices from $19 for 1 million seats for a limited time. This offer is valid until August 1st. (Frontier cuts ticket fees to $19 for 1 million seats.)

The company confirmed that flights can be made between August 2 and October 5 and only apply to non-stop domestic flights to and from specific airports on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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“As we continue to see a slight increase in leisure travel, we have never been more confident in our strategy and prospects than we are today,” Frontier CEO Barry Bevel said at the time.