Frontier Airlines announces new service from McCarran

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Frontier Airlines has announced a new service from McCarran International Airport to six cities, including two destinations in Mexico.

The new routes expand Frontier’s list of nonstop flights to 44 cities from Las Vegas. Frontier is offering fares as low as $29, which are available now at FlyFrontier.com.

“We’re excited to announce six new routes and expand our already robust service in Las Vegas,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial for Frontier. “We have made a very strong commitment to Las Vegas, which is one of our largest bases, and continue to build on our partnership with the Entertainment Capital of the World through the addition of new service.”

“We’re delighted that our partners at Frontier Airlines are launching nonstop service to Las Vegas from six new markets,” said H. Fletch Brunelle, vice president of marketing for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. “We believe that in the new year people will be eager to travel, and these new nonstop routes will be incredibly popular with repeat and first-time visitors looking for a convenient and affordable getaway to Las Vegas.”

“These new routes not only support travelers’ enduring desire to experience Las Vegas, but also the belief that we will be a leading destination as air travel picks up,” added Chris Jones, McCarran International Airport Chief Marketing Officer. “Frontier has been a dedicated and consistent partner throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Our shared commitment to creating a safe travel experience for all those flying through LAS remains strong. We look forward to welcoming more of their passengers early next year.”

The new routes are twice a week and start in March. They are to El Paso, Little Rock, Oklahoma City, and Wichita in the U.S. The flights to Mexico are to Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta.

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