There’s a new flight for those heading to or through Detroit, and it’s coming to the airport thanks to the pilots and people over at Frontier. The new flights are nonstops between Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and Trenton-Mercer Airport in New Jersey.
Things are set to take to the skies as soon as April 9, and to celebrate the new options one-way flights can be had for as little as $29. The flights will do their thing thanks to some Airbus A319s, and things are set to head back and forth four times each week.
It seems like it’s a slow and steady approach to the merger between Southwest Airlines and AirTran, and this week it looks AirTran is still doing their own thing. The combination carrier is headed off towards Montego Bay and Punta Cana, as nonstop flights are getting ready to start to and from Chicago-Midway. The new flights will start doing their thing later this year, and there should be four back and forth options each week per new route.
The flights to Jamaica start on April 14, and will do their thing on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. After that it’s time for the Dominican Republic flights, as those are set to run on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays starting on May 19.
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Here’s another one that might make your life a little bit easier, as US Airways is getting ready to add a new nonstop option to their base over in Philadelphia. Perfect for the business suit crowd—as well as those checking skis in their baggage—US Airways is getting ready to link Philadelphia with Salt Lake City. Daily service is set to start heading back and forth beginning on June 8, and it sounds like the plan is to have the flights run throughout the year. For those heading east this should offer up all kinds of connection opportunities to Europe—and beyond.