- By Holly Shively Staff Writer
Frontier Airlines is adding a flight from the Columbus International Airport to popular vacation destination West Palm Beach, Florida.
The new twice-weekly flight will start in November, and operate seasonally, ending in the spring, a Frontier spokesman told the Columbus Dispatch. The route could become permanent if demand calls for it.
Frontier has recently added service in Columbus after making cuts earlier in the year. The company ended its Columbus to Las Vegas nonstop services and limited routes between Columbus and Denver. The airline also added nonstop service to Austin, Texas, in April.
Frontier is a widely-known low-cost carrier, offering some flights as cheap as $39.
The Columbus to West Palm Beach flights have a base fare of $169 each way.
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