Frontier Airlines ends service at Ford airport
Frontier Airlines has announced it will end its Grand Rapids service, beginning on Sept. 8.
“This does not affect passengers who have already purchased tickets, as our schedule only went out to Sept. 8,” said Kate O'Malley, Frontier Airlines corporate communications manager. “We thank our customers in the Grand Rapids area for allowing us to serve them over the years.”
The low-cost airline, which joined the market in 2010, currently offers nonstop once-daily flights to Denver, where it is based.
Southwest is the largest low-cost carrier, and its service will include six nonstop daily flights, with Denver serving as one of its destination points.