Summer travel with Frontier just got better with newly added flights to this island

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  • Published on May 9, 2023
  • Last Updated June 8, 2023
  • In Culture

In addition to the added routes, the airline is still selling its all-you-can-fly summer pass until May 31.

Frontier Airlines is continuing to do what it can to encourage you to travel this summer. As reported by Detour, the airline’s all-you-can-fly Go Wild! Summer Pass is available for purchase until May 31 for only $499 per person. Travelers will have access to over 90 domestic and global destinations including Jamaica, Mexico, St. Thomas, and now, several new destinations within Puerto Rico.

Travel + Leisure reports that Frontier recently added flights from San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport to five major U.S. cities: Baltimore, Cleveland, Dallas (DFW), Detroit, and Chicago (MDW). The airline also added two routes between Aguadilla’s Rafael Hernández International Airport to Tampa, FL and Mercedita International Airport in Ponce and Orlando, FL. Frontier is also launching more flights from San Juan to Cancun, Mexico starting May 11.

“Our major expansion in Puerto Rico is connecting the island to some of the most popular destinations across the United States, as well as Cancun,” Daniel Shurz, the senior vice president of commercial at Frontier Airlines, said in a statement. “In addition to bringing increased tourism to the island, Puerto Ricans now have more access to Frontier’s ‘Low Fares Done Right’ to visit friends and family across the U.S.”

Frontier’s new routes bring the airline to 20 nonstop flights to Puerto Rico. To book your next trip – and to take advantage of the discounted GoWild! Summer Pass – visit Frontier’s website.

Roshae Hemmings is an arts and culture magazine journalist from St. Louis, MO. A graduate from the Missouri School of Journalism, Roshae has bylines in the Columbia Missourian, Vox Magazineand 5280 Magazinediscussing topics ranging from pop culture, social justice and eat and drink. She is a foodie at heart and enjoys eating food as much as learning about the story behind it. When she’s not working on a story, Roshae enjoys cooking, watching and analyzing reality TV, and spending time with family and friends.

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