Frontier Airlines Adds Non-Stop Philly Flights

The airline is once again expanding its Philly presence.



Frontier Airlines is once again expanding its presence at the Philadelphia International Airport. The airline is adding non-stop flights from Philadelphia to Fort Myers, Fla., and Montego Bay, Jamaica starting on Oct. 25.

The new routes are part of a larger announcement by the company to add new flights from eight “leisure markets” throughout the United States and Caribbean.

On April 30, Frontier began flying daily non-stop flights from Philly to Minneapolis and Houston. In January, it announced new flights to Atlanta, Charlotte and Chicago. It now flies from Philadelphia to 10 cities.

For the PHL airport, it’s yet another sign of rapid growth. JetBlue Airways announced new non-stop flights from Philly to Fort Lauderdale, Fla. starting November 19, and Spirit Airlines added nonstop service to Atlanta starting on June 18.

Plus, PHL is undergoing a massive expansion project featuring an extended runway to accommodate larger planes; and a redesign of busy terminals B and C.

Frontier is offering $49 one-way flights from Philly to Montego Bay or Fort Meyers if you book before midnight on Tuesday July 28.

The Philly to Fort Myers flights will happen daily while the Montego Bay flights are three times per week.