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Frontier Airlines to launch flights to Miami from Bradley Airport

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Frontier Airlines Bradley airportFrontier Airlines is expanding its routes from Bradley International Airport with the introduction of nonstop service to Miami.

The airline will begin seasonal service on Nov. 14 on an A320 Neo aircraft, with flights operating on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Frontier Airlines uses Bradley for year-round nonstop flights to Denver and seasonal service to Orlando and Raleigh-Durham.

“We very much welcome Frontier Airlines’ expansion at Bradley International Airport and the addition of their nonstop service to Miami,” said Kevin A. Dillon, executive director of the Connecticut Airport Authority. “Their footprint has been growing exponentially at Bradley over the last four months and now includes four nonstops to popular destinations. We’re pleased to offer our passengers this additional travel option along with the high level of customer service that Frontier offers its customers. We look forward to our ongoing partnership with Frontier Airlines and the conveniences their low-cost model is bringing to our passengers.”

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