Frontier Airlines resuming seasonal routes from Atlanta with fare sale

Credit: Kelly Yamanouchi

Credit: Kelly Yamanouchi

Ultra low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines is resuming eight seasonal routes from Atlanta for the summer.

Denver-based Frontier is bringing back summer flights from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to Austin, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston's Bush Intercontinental, Kansas City, Miami, St. Louis and San Antonio.

The airline held a sale Monday including fares for flights through May 30 starting at $20 one way on routes from Atlanta to San Antonio, St. Louis, Houston and Kansas City, $29 one way Atlanta to Cincinnati, Austin and Cleveland, and $39 one way Atlanta to Miami, among other sale fares. The sale fares were limited, with certain flights or days of travel unavailable and other restrictions.

Some of the routes, including Atlanta to Austin, Cincinnati, Houston, Kansas City and Miami, operate three or four days a week.

Frontier lists some low fares, but charges extra for carry-on bags and checked bags, as well as for soft drinks and other beverages.


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