The "ultra low-cost carrier" will add nonstop flights to Jacksonville, Memphis, Madison, and Omaha. The Denver-based company now operates flights to 24 cities from Philadelphia. Service varies, including both seasonal and year-round flights.
"This is terrific news," said Chellie Cameron, the airport's CEO. "Travelers will not only have options to Jacksonville and Memphis, and more importantly, the service to Omaha and Madison will make it easier for travel between these new midwestern destinations."
The news follows Frontier's announcement last week that it will begin nonstop flights from PHL to Charleston, South Carolina, in February.
"These new flights further support our mission to deliver low fares done right to the Philadelphia area, and we look forward to delivering this commitment to more Philadelphians," said Josh Flyr, Frontier's vice president of planning and revenue management.
Service between Philadelphia and Jacksonville will begin February 14. Flights to and from Madison, Memphis, and Omaha will start in April.
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