Frontier Adds S.A. to Chicago Flights

In this photograph taken late Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, a Frontier Airlines plane lands on a runway at Denver International Airport. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

More signs of growth at San Antonio International Airport.

Beginning April 23rd, Frontier Airlines will add non-stop service three times per week between the Alamo City and Chicago O’Hare.

“We are excited to see Frontier adding Chicago as their fifth non-stop location from San Antonio” said Mayor Ivy Taylor.

Frontier will join United and American in offering direct flights between San Antonio and O’Hare. Southwest also offers flights between S.A. and Chicago’s Midway Airport.

“We see this as further demonstration of Frontier’s confidence in the growing San Antonio market” Taylor said.


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