Frontier Airlines launches cheap flights from Philadelphia to Rhode Island, Maine
As the summer tourist season enters into full swing, Frontier Airlines has opened a direct flight service from Philadelphia International Airport to two other cities in the northeast.
Direct flights to Providence, Rhode Island and Portland, Maine started this week, introducing fares as low as $29 and $39, respectively. Flights to Providence operate 3 times a week, and flights to Portland 4 times a week.
“We are very pleased to launch services from Philadelphia to Portland and Providence,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial flights at Frontier Airlines. “Frontier is now offering 23 direct routes to Philadelphia this summer, and we are very happy to add New England to our range of destinations for our customers.”
Chelie Cameron, chief executive officer of Philadelphia International Airport, said that these two new destinations provide travelers with coveted entertainment venues.
“Our guests are looking for vacation destinations with plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities,” Cameron said. “Providence and Portland are perfect choices, and we are very pleased that Frontier has chosen to provide this service to PHL passengers.”
The new route was launched after the Philadelphia International Airport was attacked Hundreds of delays during the holiday weekend of July 4. Airlines continue to struggle with the surge in consumer demand and labor shortages. Cause some flights to be cancelled, The most famous is American Airlines.
The introductory fare for Frontier Airlines’ new routes must be purchased by 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time on July 18, 2021. The fare is valid until September 6, 2021. Applicable to purchase 7 days in advance and no need for round-trip purchase.