Frontier Airlines Expanding Its Service To Jamaica
A new Frontier Airlines route from Denver, Colorado will begin operating in Jamaica in the coming weeks. Towards the end of the year, the airline will operate up to three flights per week from the city in the United States. It was previously anticipated that something like this would occur.
It was signed by Jamaica’s tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett, and Frontier CEO, Barry Biffle, during the latter’s recent visit to the Caribbean destination. The route will be operated by Frontier. The two met at the Sandals Montego Bay resort.
A signed copy of the book ‘Tourism Resilience and Recovery for Global Sustainability and Development – Navigating Covid-19 and the Future,’ co-edited by Bartlett, was also given to Biffle by Bartlett to commemorate the occasion.
Working with Lloyd Waller, executive director of the Global Tourism Resilience & Crisis Management Centre (GTRCMC), developing the title was a rewarding experience for the minister.
Because of the epidemic, Frontier has been aggressively growing its Caribbean network, and it will now add Jamaica to its network, which will operate out of Miami.
On May 5th, the low-cost airline will begin offering new non-stop flights to Kingston, Ontario. Flights will be available year-round, three times each week, with service beginning in December.