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Frontier Airlines to end Bradley-Denver service

Frontier Airlines (NASDAQ:ULCC) is discontinuing its service between Bradley International Airport and Denver International Airport, effective April 30.

The route is one of 14 that the budget carrier is ending this spring, which also includes the termination of the route between LaGuardia Airport and Miami International Airport. The airline is also ending its operations at Greater Rochester International Airport in upstate New York.

In a statement, Frontier noted that “we periodically review and update our routes based on demand, seasonality, and other factors.” The carrier will continue to operate six routes from Bradley.

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