Topic: Frontier JetExpress Routes
Posted 2001-09-07 23:23:58 and read 692 times.
I know its still early, but what do routes do you think Frontier JetExpress will serve and why?
I see the following happening:
DEN-BMI: This service used to stop on OMA's last flight of the day (the night one) and continue to BMI. However, this flight was dropped due to not enough loads. However, with CRJs its possible to bring this route back.
DEN-COS: Frontier could increase there profits significantly. United currently has 11 flights a day on United Shuttle and United Express (Air Wisconsin). However, Frontier isn't benefiting too much from this route. With Frontier JetExpress doing maybe 5 flights a day, Frontier can get more passengers on there mainline flights and increase profitability. A "shuttle" type service between Denver and Colorado's second biggest city is essential for Frontier. I remember, after Western Pacific went bankrupt, Frontier was considering starting COS-DEN service using there 737s, but that never happened.
DEN-OKC: A relatively important route that Frontier doesn't serve, and can't really support a 737 or A319.
DEN-BOI: Another relatively important route that Frontier doesn't serve, and can't really support a 737 or A319.