Frontier Airlines will launch service from Raleigh-Durham International Airport to eight new cities beginning in April and May. The additional Frontier service includes three new nonstop cities to RDU’s route map: Albany (ALB), Islip (ISP), and Jacksonville (JAX), bringing the airport’s total of non-stop flights to 67.
“For the past twelve months, RDU has announced several new destinations to better connect the Research Triangle community to the world for business and leisure travel,” said Michael Landguth, President and CEO of the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority. “We’re excited that Frontier continues to invest with additional service, new cities and competitive fares to our region.”
|City (New Destinations)||Days of the Week||Start Date|
|Albany, N.Y. (ALB)||Tuesday||April 30|
|Hartford, Conn. (BDL)||Tuesday||April 30|
|Islip, N.Y. (ISP)||Tuesday||April 30|
|Boston (BOS)||Wednesday and Saturday||May 1|
|Tampa, Fla. (TPA)||Wednesday and Saturday||May 1|
|Philadelphia (PHL)||Tuesday||April 30|
|Jacksonville, Fla. (JAX)||Tuesday||April 30|
|Columbus, Ohio (CMH)||Wednesday and Saturday||May 1|
Tickets are on sale now – visit www.flyfrontier.com to book your next flight today.
About the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority
The Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority operates Raleigh-Durham International Airport. In 2017, 11.6 million passengers, about 32,000 people per day, flew through RDU. With 67 nonstop destinations and 9 airlines, RDU connects central North Carolina to the people and places that matter most. RDU powers our region’s economy with an $8.5 billion annual economic impact supporting 5,000 on campus and 20,000 regional jobs. RDU has the lowest average airfare of major North Carolina airports and was named the best connected medium hub airport by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s International Center for Aviation in 2016 and 2017. Learn about the Airport Authority board, including its monthly meetings.