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San Antonio lands even more nonstop flights with cheap fares
Just weeks after Frontier Airlines introduced six nonstop flights to San Antonio International Airport, the low-cost provider is adding two more nonstop destinations to its roster. New service from Alamo City to Washington, D.C., and Ontario, California, will take off this fall.
Beginning October 8, flights to and from Washington Dulles International Airport will be available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Year-round service to Ontario International Airport (which is near Los Angeles and San Bernadino) launches October 13 and will run on the same days as the D.C. flights.
Tickets for both routes are now on sale. Introductory fares start as low as $49 each way.
"This is exciting news to see Frontier show even more interest in the continued prosperity of San Antonio and our surrounding region," Russ Handy, aviation director for the City of San Antonio, says in a release.
The additions bring San Antonio's nonstop destination total via Frontier Airlines to 13. In July, the low-cost airline announced service to Cincinnati; New Orleans; Orlando, Florida; Phoenix; San Diego; and San Jose, California.
"San Antonio is Frontier country! We are pleased to expand our service from San Antonio," says Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial for Frontier Airlines. "The new flights further support our mission to deliver low fares nationwide."