Frontier Airlines to offer nonstop flights between Fargo and Denver

United Airlines will increase nonstop service between Newark and Sarasota.

Frontier Airlines adds limited, nonstop service between Cleveland and San Antonio; introductory fare is $59 one way

Sacramento airport marketing head Mark Haneke credited the strength of Sacramento's regional economy and the expansion of Vancouver as an worldwide hub for bringing the airline back to Sacramento.

"We are pleased to return to Fargo and introduce a new and more affordable way to travel to and from the area", said Richard Oliver, spokesperson for Frontier Airlines. To get the low fare tickets must be purchased by May 18 with travel on Mondays beginning August 13 and through November 14.

The flight will leave San Antonio at 7 a.m. and land at 9:15 a.m.

The flights will depart Omaha's Eppley Airfield at 10 a.m. on those days and be on Airbus A319 aircraft seating 150 passengers.

Cleveland Hopkins last offered nonstop service to San Antonio in 2008, when Continental Airlines discontinued the route. That service, initially announced to run four times per week, was cut back to twice a week before it began.

United Airlines and United Express operate about 4,600 flights a day to 354 airports on five continents. It also means Frontier will become the largest carrier in San Antonio, in regards to destinations served. Those routes, and several others, were eliminated past year after other airlines - chiefly United - cut fares to compete.

Now, the low cost airline travels to 19 destinations nationwide with 80 weekly flights.

Beginning in August, low-priced carrier Frontier Airlines will offer nonstop flights to Albuquerque, New Mexico; Charlotte; Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio; Jacksonville, Florida; Memphis, Tennessee; Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Omaha, Nebraska.

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