Frontier Airlines adds locations from Cleveland Hopkins

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CLEVELAND– Frontier Airlines is adding non-stop service from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to five new locations, the company announced on Thursday.

Starting April 14, the airline will offer flights to Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

“We are very pleased that Frontier has decided to grow again at CLE,” said interim director of the airport Fred Szabo. “Their expansion to 14 markets including seasonal service makes them the second largest airline at CLE in terms of nonstop markets.”

Seasonal service from Cleveland to Atlanta, Denver, Raleigh/Durham and Seattle is also returning. The airline already offers seasonal flights to cities like Denver, Las Vegas, Tampa and Orlando.

According to Frontier, flights will be as low as $59 with savings up to 70 percent.

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