Frontier Airlines Launches Expansion of Service From Philadelphia

Starting in May, Frontier Airlines will launch new, seasonal nonstop flights from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) to six new destinations, including Chicago Midway (MDW), Kansas City (MCI), Cincinnati (CVG), Boston (BOS), Cleveland (CLE) and San Antonio (SAT).

“We are excited to announce this expansion of service at Philadelphia International Airport,” said Josh Flyr, vice president network & operational design, Frontier Airlines. “Frontier is currently Philadelphia’s second-largest carrier based on destinations served and, with the addition of these new routes, we will offer nonstop service to 32 destinations in total from PHL, more than ever before. Today’s announcement is a reflection of our very strong commitment to serving the Philadelphia community with Frontier’s ultra-low fares and friendly service.”

“We anticipate this summer to be very busy at PHL, with both leisure and business travelers. The routes Frontier is launching and restoring from PHL will give our passengers more choices to key destinations, whether they are flying to visit family, for vacation, or for work, just in time for summer,” said PHL CEO Chellie Cameron. “Frontier continues to be a strong partner for PHL and we thank Frontier for once again understanding the needs of PHL and our guests and bringing that service to Philadelphia.”

New Routes from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL):

Chicago Midway (MDW) May 26, 2022 Daily 
Kansas City (MCI) May 27, 2022 3X weekly 
Cincinnati (CVG) May 27, 2022 4X weekly 
Boston (BOS) May 27, 2022 4X weekly 
Cleveland (CLE) June 16, 2022 3X weekly 
San Antonio (SAT) June 17, 2022 3X weekly 

For complete details, including introductory fare specials and schedules, visit

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