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Frontier debuts 5 international routes from Atlanta, offers $69 introductory fares

Frontier Airlines continues to expand its international route tree out of Atlanta with the announcement that it will soon launch service to five additional international destinations including the Bahamas, Costa Rica and Jamaica. The budget airline will debut the new routes in the fall with limited-time fares for travel through early 2023 that start at …

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With the announcement that it will shortly begin service to five more foreign locations, including the Bahamas, Costa Rica, and Jamaica, Frontier Airlines is extending its international route network out of Atlanta.

The low-cost carrier will launch the new routes in the fall with limited-time rates starting at $69 for travel through early 2023.

Eight new cities are now included in Frontier’s international service from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) as a result of the expansion. In less than a year, the airline has more than doubled the number of international flights from Atlanta, serving 36 nonstop locations.

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Frontier Senior Vice President for Customers Jake Filene remarked, “This international expansion marks an important milestone for Frontier at ATL.” We now provide Atlanta-area customers with even more opportunity to experience our “Low Fares Done Right” by offering a wide variety of flight options, including an excellent list of foreign destinations.

The much-discussed merger between Frontier and Spirit Airlines fell through in July, prompting the revelation of the expansion. Additionally, it occurs less than two weeks before the airline launches new service on a route Southwest Airlines has monopolized for years, connecting its hub at Denver International Airport (DEN) with Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport (HOU).

Frontier is expanding its presence in Florida as well. In November, the low-cost carrier will begin offering three times per week service between Denver and West Palm Beach’s Palm Beach International Airport (PBI). On this journey, it offers $69 rates, but reservations must be made by August 23 at midnight.

Additionally, new twice-weekly service will begin in November from Orlando International Airport (MCO) to Guadalajara International Airport in Mexico (GDL). If you purchase a ticket for this new route by August 23rd, the introductory rate is just $89 per person.

The new routes departing from Atlanta start in November. These are the five new services:

Service to Nassau, Bahamas, will start on November 5 with one weekly trip.

One flight per week starting on November 5. Service to San Salvador, El Salvador, began on November 6 with twice-weekly flights.

Service starts on November 6; flights are twice weekly. Service to Kingston, Jamaica, began on November 7 with twice-weekly flights. Service will start on November 7 with twice-weekly flights. Service to San Jose, Costa Rica, begins on November 17 with twice-weekly flights.

Service starts on November 17; flights are twice weekly. Service to Liberia, Costa Rica, will start on December 17 with one weekly trip.

The starting price for travel to San Salvador and Nassau is $69. Tickets to Liberia and San Jose start at $79, while fares for Kingston begin at $89. You must purchase your tickets by August 23 at 11:59 p.m. EDT in order to take advantage of these discounted rates. “Fares are eligible for non-stop travel on specified days of the week, Nov. 5, 2022 through Feb. 2, 2023,” reads a press statement from Frontier.

To take advantage of the sale pricing, you do not need to buy a round-trip ticket.

Additionally, there are a lot of blackout dates that are detailed on Frontier’s website. Unless travellers seek a refund within 24 hours of booking, tickets are nonrefundable.

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