The American low-cost airline Frontier has recently announced new routes from the United States to Jamaica, offering travelers new and cheap alternatives to escape the cold winter. The carrier shared multiple press releases with information about the new non-stop services to Montego Bay from:
- St. Louis
- Chicago Midway
The new services are all seasonal and started operations right away. Frontier has offered sales and introductory prices for a limited time, with fares starting at $149. Those who want to take advantage of the low fares must act fast and purchase their tickets as soon as possible. Each itinerary has its own introductory fare, and certain conditions apply.
Frontier has also recently announced new direct routes from 7 U.S. cities to Puerto Rico—including Ponce, a new destination for the carrier — that will begin services in May.
The new flights to Montego Bay are already available. Here are the new routes and more details about each itinerary:
From St. Louis To Montego Bay
On Thursday, the low-cost carrier announced the new service expansion through a press release. The service started on February 23, and the introductory fares start at $149.
The new service will connect St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) to Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ), and will operate three times per week.
The introductory prices must be purchased by February 28 and are valid for non-stop travel from March 13 to May 23 this year. The low fares are subject to availability. Travelers must read the terms and conditions for more details.
Americans in Missouri can take a break from the 40ºF to enjoy the current 80ºF in Montego Bay. Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial, at Frontier Airlines, said: “Consumers can now take advantage of Frontier’s ‘Low Fares Done Right’ to escape the cold this winter and enjoy this beautiful island paradise.”
From Denver To Montego Bay
Frontier launched its seasonal route from Denver International Airport (DEN) to Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ), and announced introductory prices starting at $179.
The new service began on February 24 and will offer flights three times per week. The introductory prices will be available until February 28 at midnight and the fares will be valid from March 13 through May 23, 2023. All reservations are non-refundable, and travelers must book in advance.
Now American travelers can stay away from the winter storms for a few days in the Caribbean at an affordable price. Shurz explained that the launch of this route is part of a thorough plan: “Montego Bay, Jamaica has a strong demand from Denver residents and this new route will open new opportunities for our city.”
From Chicago Midway To Montego Bay
Another new route from Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) to Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ) was announced on Saturday. With this new route, Frontier is now serving 12 routes from this airport.
Travelers from Chicago will be able to take this flight once a week for a low price. Introductory fares start at $159, but customers must purchase before February 28 to find that price — subject to availability.
Frontier customers now have more options to explore the Caribbean from Chicago. Regarding this route, Schruz said: “We know Jamaica is a favorite among Chicagoans, and we’re excited to offer ‘Low Fares Done Right’ to escape the winter cold for some fun and excitement in Montego Bay.”
With these low fares to Montego Bay, travelers can relax at Doctor’s Cave Beach, visit the World Famous Dunn’s River Falls & Park, go for a ride on a bamboo raft across the Martha Brae River, or have a fun day at one of the beach clubs and bars.
Recently, Frontier also launched a new GoWild! Summer Pass allows travelers to take unlimited domestic and international with just one ticket during summer.
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