Frontier Is Adding More Nonstop Flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica

jamaica montego bay flights nonstop A beach at the Half Moon resort in Jamaica.

Since the onset of the pandemic, no carrier has added more new flights to the Caribbean than low-cost airline Frontier. 

And now it’s adding even more. 

The airline has announced plans to add another three weekly flights to Jamaica’s tourism hub of Montego Bay, in another positive step for Jamaica’s push to grow its airlift. 

Beginning May 22, 2023, Frontier will be adding thrice-weekly service between Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport  and Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport. 

Frontier is now the third-largest carrier at Dallas-Fort Worth, the company said. 

The Sandals Montego Bay resort.

“Frontier’s consistent growth at DFW is a tremendous success story,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial at Frontier Airlines. “It’s clear DFW will serve a central role in the expansion of our network for years to come. We’re proud of a partnership that promises to foster a positive economic impact for the entire Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.”

Frontier has already launched reservations on the new route, with an introductory fare as low as $99. 

Jamaica has been in the midst of a dramatic tourism rebound. 

Earlier this month, Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett announced that the island had already reported more than 2 million stayover visitors in 2022, with the hope of topping 3 million visitors by the end of the year. 

Secrets Wild Orchid in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Much of that growth has been driven by a surge in new airlift in the last two years, with Frontier at the center of it. 

Indeed, Frontier has been rapidly expanding its service to Jamaica, with new routes from U.S. cities like Tampa, Miami and others. 

Next year, Frontier will also add new routes to Montego Bay from Chicago, St Louis and Denver, among others. 

In 2023, Bartlett said he expects the island to return to its pre-pandemic visitor numbers. 

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