Frontier Airlines will soon be discontinuing its flight services to Eugene, Oregon. The airline in a recent announcement disclosed the same and said that by end of November 2014 it will put an end to its three times weekly seasonal service Eugene airport and Denver airport.
Tim Doll, director Eugene airport said it is a sad news for all of us. We are truly disappointed and hate to lose frontier’s service. However he was not surprised with the news as the ownership of Frontier is now with Indigo Partners, who are shifting operations from smaller markets to bigger markets. He even mentioned that not only Eugene, Frontier has decided to discontinue its flight services to other smaller markets including Santa Barbara, Fresno and Bakersfield.
Frontier first began its operations to Eugene on May 16, 2013. First season of this route continued till January 2014 and the second season came into being from April this year and will now finally end by November, 2014.
Eugene airport is presently being served by five other operators namely Alaska Airlines, United Airlines Allegiant Air, Delta Air Lines and American Airlines. It offers 10 nonstop flights to popular cities including Salt Lake City, Seattle, San Francisco, Portland, Honolulu (seasonal), Los Angeles, Oakland, Denver, Phoenix-Mesa and Las Vegas.