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Frontier’s International Expansion Continues With its First Flight to Costa Rica

30 November 2007

Early this morning, Frontier Airlines launched its newservice between its Denver International Airport (DEN) hub and San Jose, CostaRica (SJO). The non-stop flights — Denver’s only non-stop service to CostaRica — will utilize Frontier’s new fleet of Airbus A319 aircraft withabove-average legroom, service and pay-per-view movies in everyseat back.

The airline will operate the flight four times per week until Jan. 5,2008, when Frontier will grow the service to include a fifth flight onSaturdays. The new service will also allow convenient connecting service fromseveral Frontier cities across the West via Denver International Airport,recently named best airport in North America by Business Traveler.Costa Rica is Frontier’s fourth country served and its 10th non-U.S.destination, with seven cities served in Mexico and two in Canada. Also, onDec. 15, 2007, Frontier will begin flying non-stop between Albuquerque, N.M.

source: Reuters

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