Denver-based Frontier Airlines announced Thursday it is adding flights to more destinations than previously indicated at the state's busiest airport.
The low-cost carrier will launch Nonstop flights three times a week on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday to Trenton, N.J., starting April 8.
Last fall the carrier said it will begin serving the Charleston region Feb. 20 with three flights per week on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday to the Mile High City and Philadelphia.
"The idea that we are actually expanding service before our first flight is an unusual event," said Scott Fisher, the airline's senior director of ancillary revenue and loyalty.
"We are committed to making flying affordable for everyone, and to be adding new service here before our first flights have even departed speaks to the early support of the community and our partners here at the Charleston airport," Fisher said.
"It is a vote of confidence that we sincerely appreciate, and the addition of these two new cities will help to ensure an eighth consecutive year of record passenger activity at Charleston International."
In January, Las Vegas-based Allegiant announced it will begin seasonal, nonstop service in April between Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Indianapolis on certain days of the week.
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