Frontier Airlines flies to Puerto Rico from Orlando
Frontier Airlines flies direct to Puerto Rico from Orlando International Airport. The American airline chooses the endangered Puerto Rican frog as the winner of its latest tropical tails contest.
Frontier Airlines now offers more routes to Puerto Rico than any other airline. The flights are operated by Airbus A321. This airline already flies to San Juan, and this is the first time it has offered service to Aguadilla. Orlando is currently the only airport serving Puerto Rico. The airline provides service between Orlando and San Juan seven days a week.
Coquís llanos are an endangered species on the island of Puerto Rico. They are tiny frogs that live in the mountains of the island. They were chosen as the winning tropical tails. Frontier will fly to Aguadilla next year to commemorate the anniversary of its first flight. Frontier Airlines has chosen the coqui as its mascot. The company will feature the coquí on its tail. Coquis are native to Puerto Rico. Their population is declining due to habitat loss.
As a reminder, Frontier serves a fleet of one hundred and twelve aircraft, the majority of which are supplied by the French aircraft manufacturer Airbus. Low-cost carriers serve the United States and select leisure destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean. Their main route is Orlando-Philly, with 36 weekly flights. The airline’s main hubs are Orlando, Denver and Vegas.