Frontier Airlines has announced its plans to offer more new service to attract both leisure and business travelers. The new non-stop routes will fly from San Antonio International Airport (SAT) to Orange County, California (SNA) and Salt Lake City, Utah (SLC) and will offer access to some of the country’s top tourist attractions, including Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm in California and top-rated parks and outdoor recreation in Utah.
Daniel Shurz, Sr. Vice President of Commercial for Frontier Airlines said: “The greater San Antonio and Central Texas communities continue to respond well to our Low Fares Done Right philosophy. We are proud to continue our commitment and show our pride in serving this community by dedicating a plane to San Antonio. With a total of 25 destinations now available, we are the largest carrier at San Antonio in terms of cities served.”
In addition to offering special rates for the new destinations, to celebrate Frontier’s growing commitment to SAT, the airline will dedicate one of its brand new Airbus A320 aircraft to the city and allow residents to pick and name the animal that will go on one of Frontier’s famous animal-themed tails. San Antonio residents will be asked to vote for their top five animals in the first round of the promotional contest, and in the second round residents will choose their favorite name for the animal.