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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Frontier Airlines to Add Non-Stop Flights from Hopkins to Four New Cities

Posted By on Tue, Jan 31, 2017 at 1:54 PM

[image-1]Big-wigs from Frontier Airlines are out at Hopkins this afternoon, not to protest President Trump's travel ban, but to announce four new nonstop destinations for the low-cost carrier.

This spring, Frontier will begin offering non-stop flights to San Diego, Charlotte, Minneapolis and Houston. Discount fares, as low as $29, will be offered for a limited time.

The flights will not be daily. Here are there schedules:
  • Hopkins to CHARLOTTE: Begins April 21, with flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
  • Hopkins to MINNEAPOLIS: Begins April 23, with flights on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
  • Hopkins to HOUSTON: Begins May 22, with flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
  • Hopkins to SAN DIEGO: Begins May 22, with flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.      
Frontier has added eight new destinations in the past year, via, and now has 17 total destinations serviced by Hopkins.

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