Frontier Airlines Doubles Mexico Service

Frontier Airlines , currently
offering the most scheduled non-stops to Mexico from Denver International
Airport (DEN), will increase frequency to all of its Mexico destinations
to meet the growing demand for travel to Mexico during the peak holiday
seasons. On a year-over-year basis, the additional frequencies will double
Frontier’s service to its five Mexico destinations during the months of
December, March and April, creating more flexible scheduling options for
Frontier passengers. Frontier’s frequency increases to Mexico include the following:—Cancun
(CUN): Increase from nine flights per week to 17 flights per week.—Los
Cabos (SJD): Increase from three flights per week to daily service.—
Puerto Vallarta (PVR): Increase from three flights per week to daily
service.—Mazatlan (MZT): Increase from three flights per week to daily
service.—Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo (ZIH): Increase from two flights per week
to three flights per week.

In addition, Frontier will make several changes to its domestic schedules
to meet peak season demand to/from some of its most popular destinations.

Seasonal changes to Florida and Alaska markets include the following:—
Fort Lauderdale (FLL): A second flight will be added from Dec. 18, 2004
through Jan. 4, 2005 and during the months of March and April 2005.—
Fort Myers (RSW): A second flight will be added from Dec. 18, 2004 through
Jan. 4, 2005 and during the months of March and April 2005.—Tampa
(TPA): A second flight will be added from Dec. 18, 2004 through Jan. 4,
2005 and during the months of March and April 2005.—Orlando (MCO): A
third flight will be added during the months of March and April 2005.—
Anchorage (ANC): Seasonal service resumes May 8, 2005. Non-seasonal
increases include the following:—St. Louis (STL): A third flight will
be reintroduced* starting Jan. 5, 2005.—Kansas City (MCI): A sixth
flight will offered for the first time starting Feb. 23, 2005 (for sale
beginning Dec. 3, 2004).—Los Angeles (LAX): A sixth flight will be
reintroduced* starting Feb. 23, 2005 (for sale beginning Dec. 3, 2004).—
Chicago/Midway (MDW): A fifth flight will be reintroduced* starting Feb.
23, 2005.—Indianapolis (IND): A third flight will be offered for the
first time starting Feb. 23, 2005.—Atlanta (ATL): A third flight will
be reintroduced* starting April 11, 2005.—Seattle (SEA): A fourth
flight will be reintroduced* starting April 10, 2005.

* Reintroduced frequencies are those that have been offered in the past,
but are not currently operated.

“Similar to other adjustments we have announced recently, today’s changes
are part of on-going efforts to reallocate resources where they can
maximize efficiency and enhance profitability,” said Greg Aretakis, vice
president of planning. “In the case of today’s frequency additions, we
reviewed the markets that have the greatest potential for seasonal growth,
such as Mexico and Florida, as well as for on-going growth in our most
critical domestic markets, and we have made the necessary changes to
capitalize on that potential.”
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