Airport President and CEO Rick Piccolo said flights to Trenton-Mercer Airport will give travelers easy access to Philadelphia and New York City.
Frontier Airlines is ramping up its service at Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport again.
The airline, which started offering service at the local airport in December, will start flying passengers to and from Trenton-Mercer Airport in New Jersey in November. Frontier will also increase the frequency of its flights to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Philadelphia International Airport from twice a week to three times a week.
Bringing Trenton in as a destination means that Sarasota-Bradenton now offers service to and from 30 different destinations. Fares for the seasonal flights will be as low as $49 for Wednesdays on flyfrontier.com during an introductory period that ends at 11:59 p.m. eastern time on July 17.
When Frontier started service at SRQ in December, airport President and CEO Rick Piccolo said to expect more service from the budget airline in the near future. The airline announced it would begin service to Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky International Airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays starting Oct. 10 last month.
“This new service between Trenton and Sarasota-Bradenton will provide visitors and the local community convenient, non-stop, low-cost service to New Jersey’s capital city, and easy access to the major population centers of Philadelphia and New York City,” Piccolo said in a statement released Tuesday.
The flights to and from Trenton will run Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday starting Nov. 15.
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