Monday, September 25, 2017

Frontier Airlines adds 3 more nonstop flights to San Jose roster

The news about new flights for San Jose keeps on pouring in. Earlier this year, Frontier Airlines announced their return to SJC with four routes:

  • Denver (daily service starting Oct. 5th)
  • Las Vegas (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat service starting Nov. 1st)
  • Cincinnati (Tue, Thu, Sun service starting Apr 8th)
  • San Antonio (Tue, Thu, Sun service starting Apr 8th)

Service has yet to begin on any of the routes, yet the airline has just announced three additional nonstops:
  • Atlanta (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat service starting Apr 9th)
  • Austin (Mon, Wed, Sat service starting Apr 9th)
  • Colorado Springs (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat starting Apr 9th)

All three are significant. Atlanta is a highly desirable nonstop that is only serviced by Delta today. Austin flights are critical for tech companies (they call this route the nerd bird). Colorado Springs is a brand new route--I think it might be our first direct flight ever to this destination. It is a smaller city, but there are some neat touristy things to do there like Pike's Peak. Oh, and it also brings the number of San Jose's nonstop destinations to 50, an all-time high.

It looks like the fastest growing airport in the country is still picking up speed!

Source: SVBJ

1 comment:

  1. Now if Southwest can offer a couple of non stops to Atlanta, then prices will really come down.

    Come on Southwest. DO IT :)