Frontier Airlines is expanding its international network from Tampa (TPA) to three Caribbean routes to the Dominican Republic and Jamaica, plus new domestic service to Puerto Rico.

Each of these new operations, in addition to the previously announced daily flights to Cancun, Mexico (CUN), will commence for this northern summer season. Promotional fares will be available starting at USD 99.

Frontier is the largest low-cost carrier in Tampa (TPA), in terms of capacity, offering more than 135,000 seats per month on more than 700 air operations. (Source: Aviacionline via Cirium)

«We will now offer more nonstop flights from Tampa to destinations in Latin America than any other airline. The new service to San Juan will provide robust options for those heading to Puerto Rico to visit friends and family or to enjoy the island’s beautiful beaches and warm hospitality,» said Daniel Shruz, senior vice president commercial, Frontier Airlines.

«Frontier has been an important part of TPA’s recovery and growth over the past year and we are excited to now see this partnership expand to international service for our passengers,» said Joe Lopano, executive director of Tampa International Airport.

Frontier will serve major U.S. Caribbean markets from Tampa (TPA). In 2019, a total of 3,196,955 passengers were carried from the U.S. to Montego Bay (MBJ), 2,936,814 passengers to Punta Cana (PUJ) and 2,731,907 to Santo Domingo (SDQ). Source: Aviacionline via the Department of Transportation (DoT).

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Frontier Airlines international schedule in Tampa

  • San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU): daily flights beginning June 23.
  • Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ): twice weekly beginning June 24.
  • Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (SDQ): twice weekly beginning June 30.
  • Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUJ): once a week as of July 2 **.
  • Cancun, Mexico (CUN): daily flights starting May 27.

**Subject to government approval.

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