Frontier Airlines recently announced its return to Wilmington, Delaware (ILG), with non-stop service to Orlando (MCO) starting May 14. The flight is offered Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday through August.
“We’re thrilled to bring our unique brand of low fares and friendly service to Wilmington–New Castle Airport and offer the only commercial service from Delaware,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial, Frontier Airlines. “We recognize the demand for affordable air travel in Delaware and are happy to offer non-stop flights to Orlando this summer, making trips to the most popular leisure destination in the United States even more convenient and attractive.”
“We’re excited that Frontier Airlines has chosen to return to Delaware and bring its low-fare, quality service back to the residents and visitors to the Delaware Valley region,” added Thomas J. Cook, executive director, Delaware River and Bay Authority, operators of Wilmington–New Castle Airport. “The airport is in a perfect location between Philly and Baltimore, offering customers the option to forego the hassles of a big city airport. We want to be the airport of choice for people in Delaware, South Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland who seek both low fares and a convenient airport experience.”
The airport completed significant infrastructure improvements over the past few years in order to attract commercial airline service to the state. Passenger terminal facilities continue to receive improvements.
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