Frontier Airlines has added yet another route to Puerto Rico. The new service, kicked off at midnight, will operate between Orlando International Airport and Aguadilla on the west coast of the island.
The airline says it expects to fly four round trips per week during peak season and three round trips per week during non-peak season.
The new route comes after the carrier announced last year that it would add flights from Orlando to San Juan, Puerto Rico. It also follows Frontier’s announcement earlier this month that it would launch seasonal service from Chicago O’Hare International Airport to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
According to the airline, the new flight will connect passengers to other destinations in the region, including Aruba, St. Maarten, and Curacao.
Frontier Airlines, the American air carrier specializing in low-cost flights, now allows its passengers to book plane tickets to travel at exclusive rates on this route. Reservations are made directly on its website.