It’s the Caribbean’s fastest-growing airline right now: Frontier Airlines, the low-cost carrier that keeps adding new routes to the region amid the pandemic.
The latest? New service from Miami International Airport to both Aruba and Turks and Caicos, both of which will launch for the winter season.
Miami-Aruba flights will operate Saturdays beginning Nov. 20, while Miami-Providenciales flights will launch on Dec. 18, also operating weekly on Saturdays.
And while Frontier continues to add new routes out of its new slots at Miami International Airport, it’s also adding new routes from both Newark and Philadelphia to the Caribbean.
On Dec. 17, the carrier will launch thrice-weekly service from Newark to Montego Bay, Jamaica; on Dec. 18, Frontier will launch new service from Newark to Turks and Caicos, with flights weekly on Saturdays.
And the following day, Frontier will inaugurate thrice-weekly flights from Newark to Nassau.
That’s along with another new route, Philadelphia-Nassau, kicking off Nov. 2 with three flights each week.
It’s part of an almost dizzying expansion for the carrier, which clearly has its sights set on further Caribbean growth.