Travelers looking to book a flight out of Miami International Airport will have several more options after one low fare carrier announced new flights to locations across the country in the coming months.
Frontier Airlines announced this week it will debut flights to nine new cities starting in October. The airline said it will have daily flights to Detroit, Milwaukee, Providence and San Juan along with twice daily flights to Islip, New York.
The airline will also provide flights several days each week to Buffalo, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Trenton.
Frontier says it will also bring back seasonal service to Las Vegas starting in August along with Chicago, LaGuardia Airport in New York City and Philadelphia starting in October and Atlanta in December.
The airline has flown out of MIA since 2014 and is part of an expansion to 21 more cities nationwide. Currently, Miami International Airport is serviced by more carriers that any other airport in the country with 106 different airlines having flights scheduled.
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