CLEVELAND-- Big news out of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport Tuesday.
Frontier Airlines is expanding service at the airport again.
Frontier Airlines announced they are adding six new nonstop destinations out of Cleveland beginning in June.
"Starting June 13, we've added non-stop five times a week to Atlanta, three times a week to Fort Lauderdale, three times a week to Fort Myers, three times a week to Phoenix, three times a week to Raleigh, and three times a week to Tampa," said Daniel Shurz, Frontier Airline's senior vice president, commercial.
The airline, which is based out of Denver, is also increasing weekly flights to Denver from 5 to 12 and increasing weekly flights to Orlando from 4 to 6.
"We're an airline designed for customers who use their own money to pay for travel. We realize what values are important to our customers and that's what we deliver," added Shurz.
This comes on the heels of United Airline's announcement back in February that they were dropping Cleveland as a hub, reducing nearly 60% of daily departures in the next couple months.
"Many of the markets that Frontier are adding are markets lost by the hub loss. So we are excited that Frontier airlines is adding new service and putting their confidence in Cleveland," said Ricky Smith, airport director.
Now Frontier is offering low prices for each of those flights until Saturday.
People have to fly by August 10, 2014. And, Frontier says fares shown are one way.
-- $39* each way to Raleigh-Durham
-- $59* each way to Atlanta
-- $69* each way to Tampa
--$79* each way to Fort Lauderdale
-- $79* each way to Fort Myers
-- $99* each way to Phoenix