Frontier Airlines, the air carrier that has come and gone from Fresno Yosemite International Airport, is back.
The Denver-based airline announced Tuesday it’s returning to Fresno as part of a nationwide expansion that includes 21 new cities. Flight service on the low-fare carrier between Fresno and Denver will return sometime in the spring, according to a press release on the company’s website.
To help celebrate their expansion, Frontier is offering limited time fares from $39. Check www.flyfrontier.com for details.
Along with Fresno, the airline will be flying to these new cities: Albuquerque, Boise, Buffalo, Calgary, Charleston, El Paso, Fargo, Grand Rapids, Jackson Hole, Jacksonville, Little Rock, Louisville, Oklahoma City, Ontario, Palm Springs, Pensacola, Reno, San Jose, Spokane and Tulsa.
Frontier has operated flights out of Fresno twice before. The last time they serviced the city was in early 2015.