Frontier adds Jacksonville connection

Frontier Airlines has announced it will launch daily non-stop service between its
Denver International Airport hub and Jacksonville International
Airport. Prior to Frontier’s new service,
Jacksonville was the largest U.S. market without direct, non-stop service
from Denver. In addition to Frontier’s new service to Jacksonville,
Frontier currently flies non-stop from Denver to four other Florida cities
—Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers, Tampa and Orlando.
  Passengers aboard flights between Denver and Jacksonville will enjoy
the comfort and convenience of Frontier’s new Airbus A319 aircraft, with 33
inches of legroom as well as 24 channels of DIRECTV(R) service and a choice
of three pay-per-view movies in every seatback.
  From Denver, travelers can make convenient connections to Frontier
cities throughout the western United States. With Frontier’s early morning
departure from Jacksonville, passengers can be in Denver for a full day of
business and leisure activities around the Mile High City—or they can be
in Colorado’s High Country by mid-day to enjoy everything the Rocky
Mountains have to offer.
  “On behalf of the Jacksonville Aviation Authority, I’d like to welcome
Frontier Airlines to Jacksonville International Airport for what I believe
will be the beginning of a great relationship for both Jacksonville and
Denver travelers,” said John D. Clark, executive director of the
Jacksonville Aviation Authority. “Jacksonville and Denver are both dynamic
cities in which to live, work and play, with engaging cultural and leisure
activities, and healthy business environments. The connections Frontier
provides through its Denver hub will undoubtedly lead to some exciting
Western adventures for residents of Northeast Florida.”
  “We are proud to be the first airline to offer non-stop, direct daily
service between Denver and Jacksonville, and we look forward to serving our
new passengers with our comfortable aircraft, superior service, consistent
on- time departures and arrivals, and in-flight entertainment,” said John
Happ, senior vice president of marketing and planning for Frontier.
“Frontier welcomes Jacksonville passengers to the Mile High City and the
Rocky Mountain west, and we know passengers flying out of Denver will enjoy
having another warm weather travel option on Frontier, as we’re now serving
nearly 20 coastal destinations in Florida, California and Mexico.”
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