Frontier Airlines will reinstate nonstop service between the City of Brotherly Love and the Alamo City.
Along with the return of the San Antonio to Philadelphia route, Denver-based Frontier Airlines is expanding its service to and from San Antonio International Airport with three weekly nonstop flights to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport beginning April 23.
In addition, Frontier plans to reinstate nonstop service from San Antonio to Atlanta in April, the same month nonstop service to Philly will resume.
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Brian Pratte, air services administrator for San Antonio’s aviation department, said the new service to Chicago is a big deal.
“You have to maintain what you’ve got,” he said. “But you also have to grow service.”
In May, Frontier said it was bringing back service between San Antonio and several cities, including Philadelphia. However, roughly four months later, Frontier announced it was grounding the seasonal nonstop service from San Antonio International to Philadelphia until April 2017.
The flight between the Philadelphia International Airport and San Antonio International Airport will return on April 23, operating on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
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