Frontier Airlines, the subsidiary of Republic Airways Holdings will start seasonal nonstop operations between Denver and Montego Bay from December 22, 2013. The low cost airliner will make one way trip to the Jamaican city each Sunday all through the winters.
Travelers who wish to explore the exotic locales of this Caribbean Island will now be able to book themselves Frontier Airline tickets.
The Denver based airliner’s VP, Commercial Daniel Shurz expressed his confidence and said that travelers are sure to love their friendly, low fare service to this famous holiday destination.
By adding the new route, Frontier is set to fly nonstop between its headquarter in Denver and nine international cities. It also caters to five cities in Mexico, two in Costa Rica and one in the Dominican Republic.
Denver International Airport’s Manager Kim Day has applauded the carrier’s efforts to connect with the Jamaican city. He said that by flying nonstop to Jamaica, Denver will serve 23 international cities across nine countries strengthening Denver as a connecting hub.