According to a JIS press report, the United States (U.S.)-based Frontier Airlines has announced plans to increase the number of weekly flights to Jamaica, beginning November 1.
International Sales Manager, Alfredo Gonsalez, said that three new gateways will be added to the existing slate, to bring the number of destinations from which scheduled service into Montego Bay is provided, to four.
He said in the report that Frontier will begin flights from Atlanta, Georgia on November 1, Orlando, Florida on November 2, and Newark, New Jersey on December 17.
This new move will add to flights from Miami, Florida to Montego Bay, which commenced in May.
Frontier Airlines, which is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, USA, has a total of 15 A320 and A321 airbuses that seat 186 and 230 passengers, respectively. The entity operates in about 103 airports.
Mr. Gonsalez informed that the company provides service to several other Caribbean destinations, including the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, and St. Martin.
Yvad Billings, Readers Bureau, Contributor
Edited by Jesus Chan
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