Frontier Airlines offers new flights from PDX with ‘ultra low’ fare

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – Frontier Airlines unveiled 17 new nonstop flights in the United States and around the world with low airfare, including new service at Portland International Airport, the airline announced Wednesday.

Starting in May, the “ultra-low fare carrier” is offering fares as low as $19 with Premium extra-legroom stretch seating.

The airline is adding new service from PDX to Salt Lake City, Utah, with flights three times per week starting May 16.

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“We are excited to yet again expand our route map with a focus on underserved and overpriced markets as we head into spring,” said Josh Flyr, vice president, network and operations design, Frontier Airlines. “Increasing the number of cities with an ultra-low fare option helps ensure even more consumers can take to the skies this year to visit friends and family or experience a new destination on their travel wish list.”

The airline says the promotional fare must be purchased by March 1.

Other locations with new service include flights from Orlando International Airport to St. Croix, flights from Nashville International Airport to Chicago O’Hare, and flights from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to Grand Rapids, Islip, Norfolk, and Syracuse.

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