Frontier Airlines will offer non-stop services to Trinidad three times a week, boosting tourism

Trinidad and Tobago: The internationally recognized Frontier Airlines is all set to offer its non-stop services from Trinidad and Tobago to Puerto Rico, effective September 11.e July 2024. The airline will offer three-day services in a week with a vision to meet the expected increase in travel demand.

The expansion of airline services will create immense travel opportunities for the visitors, making their visit memorable and comfortable. According to the details, the airline will offer its non-stop services on days namely Sunday, Thursday and Friday.

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According to the reports, flight number F9281 will depart from Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport in Puerto Rico at 12:11 PM and arrive at Piarco International Airport in Trinidad at 2:02 PM. Meanwhile, the return flight number F9280 departs Port of Spain at 3:14 PM and arrives in San Juan, Puerto Rico at 5:07 PM.

Frontier Airline provides flights to eleven Caribbean destinations and after announcing non-stop flights to Trinidad and Tobago, it will become the twelfthe Caribbean island where the airline will operate.

Airport Authority of Trinidad and Tobago Chief Executive Officer Hayden Newton expressed his delight, stating that “these services will increase the ease with which they connect travelers to the world.”

Frontier Airlines is a subsidiary of Frontier Group Holdings Inc. and its vision to offer visitors affordable travel is achieved through the use of the Airbus A320 family aircraft. The airline recently launched the UpFront Plus initiative, which offers enhanced and better seating options to enhance the comfort of travelers.

The airline’s services to the island will play an important role in strengthening and deepening the relationship between airlines and the country. It will further improve the connectivity between them, which will directly improve the airlift sector, leading to the generation of huge amounts of revenue.

The introduction of non-stop services between Trinidad and Tobago and Puerto Rico is also likely to witness tremendous growth in the country’s tourism sector, improving the island’s economic conditions.

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