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Frontier Adding More Fresno To Denver Flights

FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) - Weekly air service to Denver, Colorado will increase at the end April as Frontier Airlines begins to launch a series of additional flights from Fresno Yosemite International Airport.

Beginning April 27th, the airline will increase non-stop service to Denver from three flights to four flights a week and will periodically offer five flights a week through September 30th.

Frontier Airlines entered the Fresno market in May 2013 providing non-stop air service to Denver three times a week operating an Airbus A319 aircraft with 138 seat capacity. The additional seats are being offered at competitive fares through Fresno Yosemite with non-stop service to Denver for as low as $83 each way.

According to the airport, ten carriers currently offer Valley passengers approximately 42 daily domestic and international departures from Fresno to 12 non-stop destinations with one-stop service to 242 unique destinations in the U.S. and 74 international destinations covering five continents.
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