Frontier Airlines recently announced new non-stop seasonal services from Denver and St. Louis to Montego Bay in Jamaica. This is great news for travelers interested in having a good time at this spectacular destination, considered the leading Caribbean destination in 2022.
Both routes will begin in February 2023, and promotional fares start as low as $99. The special prices will be available until October 9 and are subject to availability, so those interested in the promotional low-priced flights must act fast!
The ultra-low-cost carrier will become the only airline providing a route from Denver to Jamaica, and with this new service, the company will serve a total of 70 routes from Denver. With these new routes, Frontier will offer more low-cost alternatives to passengers from Missouri and Colorado looking for warm weather next year.
New Service From Denver To Montego Bay
Starting on February 24, Frontier will serve the new seasonal route from Denver International Airport (DEN) to Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay (MBJ) three times per week. The introductory fare for this flight starts at $109.
Through the press release, the company and local authorities also shared their excitement about the new destination.
Daniel Shurz, Frontier Airlines’ senior vice president of commercials, said: “We’re thrilled to offer direct service from Denver to Montego Bay—one of the most popular vacation destinations in the Caribbean.” And added: “This new service will make getting from Colorado to the tropical paradise of Jamaica fast, convenient and affordable this winter.”
Phil Washington, Denver International Airport’s CEO, said: “Providing service to Montego Bay, a brand-new destination with strong demand from Denver-originating travelers, further enhances the value DEN provides in connecting people and places.”
Frontier’s Flights From Denver’s page will show users the current availability of the new low-fare flights. Travelers can also get cheap tickets to destinations like Tampa, Phoenix, Cancun, San Diego, and Dallas from this airport.
New Service From St. Louis To Montego Bay
The new seasonal flight Frontier is serving customers from St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) to Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ), which will begin on February 23. The carrier will serve this route three times per week and is currently offering introductory fares starting at $99.
Shurz also shared a few words about this route in a press release: “We’re proud of our continued growth in St. Louis with this new international destination.” And added: “Frontier will be the airline offering the most nonstop service to Jamaica, and consumers can get there affordably and conveniently with our ‘Low Fares Done Right.”
Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge, the St. Louis Lambert International Airport Director, said: “We, at STL, are eager to see Frontier’s seasonal non-stop service to Montego Bay on our airport’s schedule.” And added: “Montego Bay is one of our passengers’ favorite destinations.”
Travelers must verify ticket availability at Frontier’s Flights From St. Louis page. From this airport, customers can also travel to Las Vegas, Orlando, Denver, Cancun, Atlanta, and Punta Cana for very low fares.
About The Promotional Fares
There are terms and conditions that apply for the low-cost tickets being offered as part of the promotion of the new routes. Here’s what travelers should know:
- Tickets must be purchased by 11:59 pm on October 9, 2022.
- The fares are valid from February 7, 2023, through April 19, 2023.
- It is not required to buy roundtrips.
- These blackout dates apply March 16 through 26, April 5 through 8, and April 10, 2023.
- Reservations are non-refundable, only certain conditions apply.
Those who want to learn more about the terms and conditions of the tickets can visit Frontier’s website. Travelers must bare in mind that since this is a low-cost airline, certain services like baggage or assigned seats must be paid separately and that additional fees for other services might apply.
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