FRONTIER DROPS TWO CALIFORNIA CITIES FROM ITS ROUTE MAP
The two California cities known as Bakersfield and Fresno will be dropped off from the route map of Frontier Airlines in the upcoming months. Frontier will stop the services to Bakersfield on November, 30 and the services to Fresno terminate on January, 5. The services to both cities are delivered by Frontier from the main center in Denver.
“Although, both the cities have performed well, but they have not displayed that much stability as per the expectations”, as said by the Todd Lehmacher to The Fresno Bee. It is a notion that, both the cities will return to route map of Frontier in summer 2015, but can’t confirm anything this time.
The services to Bakersfield and Fresno is closing because Frontier airlines has added new routes to the other focused cities such as in Washington Dulles, Frontier come up with 18 new routes where as in Cincinnati, Frontier set the sales record for 1 day. In addition, this airline company also adding many new destinations likes Phoenix, Cleveland and Chicago O’Hare.