I wish I had more specific answers for you.
I don't know if Frontier will start DEN
(see reply above). IF
they do, then RDU
becomes a possibility as long as the route authority is available.
represents about 9% of the system and the CEO has said that it will stay at around that figure even as Frontier grows - it will always be about 9% of the system.
This means there may be some new CUN
service, but otHer cities in the system may be strong contenders.
Then again Frontier could decide to beef up service to the other Mexican destinations.
? It is a big question mark. A couple of months ago, I would have said that the point to point flying from LAX
would be axed - but now Frontier hAs added a frequency, the missing Saturday flight LAX
Then again, the A319's are getting the engine upgrades for (specfically) DEN
, so the aircraft don't have to be weight restricted.
By summer, there will be ten x hot rod A319's. This seems ot be to be more than enough for those two routes, even allowing for aircraft scheduling flexibility.
So I'd have to guess - only a guess - that they are planning something else which requires the juiced up A319.
Which could mean either another transcon from LAX
(or maybe just a frequency), or something interesting from DEN
Best I've got.