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Frontier Airlines Adding 100th Destination From Denver

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Frontier Airlines announces its 100th destination from Denver International Airport with non-stop service to Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport in Bentonville/Fayetteville, Arkansas. Click To Tweet

While service between Colorado and Arkansas begins on June 27, Frontier is offering a sale to all 100 destinations from Denver International with fares as low as $39 to celebrate the new route.

“With this announcement, we are the only non-stop carrier on 11 of our routes from Denver,” Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle said. “We’re offering not only amazing low fares but over 90 percent of the population in the lower 48 states is within 90 minutes of a Frontier non-stop destination from Denver. This is the latest evidence of our commitment to making air travel more affordable across the United States.”

“Our average fare from Denver has dropped 52 percent in the last five years and our reliable and friendly service that allows customers to customize their travel experience to their needs and budget,” Biffle continued. “This empowers more people than ever to fly. This is what our Low Fares Done Right philosophy is all about.”

In addition to the new service, Frontier has committed to a 10-year lease renewal of its aircraft hangar at the Denver airport and is giving away 100 round trip tickets to Colorado residents who enter by April 20 on the company’s official website.

The addition of Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport to the Frontier network follows the recent summer schedule announcements of new service from Denver to Billings, Montana; Boston, Massachusetts; Burlington, Vermont; Green Bay, Wisconsin; Mobile, Alabama; and Tyler, Texas.