Frontier To Start Flights To Chicago Midway And Houston Hobby

Frontier To Start Flights To Chicago Midway


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Frontier Airlines, a USA low cost carrier will return to Chicago-Midway airport after their long break for the past few years. No dates have been confirmed, but the routes follow:

  • Atlanta (ATL)
  • Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)
  • Denver (DEN)
  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
  • Las Vegas (LAS)
  • Orlando (MCO)
  • Ontario (ONT)
  • Phoenix (PHX)
  • Tampa (TPA)
  • Trenton (TTN)

According to @Ishrion (idk how u get all this info, please tell me), many other destinations could be added to their network from MDW when the bookings are released.

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Yep, and Houston Hobby!!

@KTJ_Mitchell!

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Quite happy about this, MDW always gets overlooked by ORD when talking about Chicago airports. Granted, when 96.5% of your traffic comes from one airline it may seem a little unique. I was really happy when Allegiant came here a few years back, and now with Frontier returning it is even better!

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Hope to see MDW-ISP

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(will never happen) :troll:

@CaptainZac @Ishrion do you guys know the HOU routes yet?

Does MDW even have the room? In all honest, I think they’ll get some good competition.

Houston Routes (HOU)

  • Cancun
  • Las Vegas
  • Orlando
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Well, we do have a 3-gate concourse used 2x a week for an hour a day

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How exciting! I wish Fronteir the best. Especially because MDW is dominated by Southwest Airlines.

Absolutely love the C concourse, for the 45 mins I was there, nice little spotting place

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Yep, we have the C concourse usually occupied by a Delta 757-200, and it’s outta there by the end of the day.

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The only other time it’s occupied is if Volaris needs an additional gate as their other two are full, but that’s quite rare, as both flights needs to be delayed.

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Yes that’s correct volaris usually occupies gates A1 and A2 if I’m not mistaken.

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A2 and A3 are the two, A1 is for Porter

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Oh yeah that’s right.

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Yeah and WN uses A2-A3 for international arrivals as well. But Volaris uses A1 sometimes too, as seen in my picture here:

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