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The Associated Press, February 24, 2015
CINCINNATI (AP) — Frontier Airlines will nearly double its service from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport by spring.
The low-fare carrier airline announced Monday that it will add 29 flights a week. That will bring the number of Frontier flights from the Cincinnati-area airport in Hebron, Kentucky, to 61 per week.
The additions will include new daily nonstop service to Atlanta and Fort Myers, Florida, to begin April 30. The new service will operate on a 138-seat A319 aircraft.
Frontier also will add more flights to the Las Vegas, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, destinations it already serves.
Airport CEO Candace McGraw says Frontier began service at the airport in 2013 with one daily flight to Denver.
Frontier's expansion comes after Delta Airlines recently said it was cutting more flights from the airport.
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