Frontier Airlines is launching new flight routes to popular Caribbean islands from several US cities.
In November, Frontier will begin nonstop service between Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Montego Bay, Jamaica's Sangster International Airport. Beginning on December 17th, flights will also depart from Newark International Airport. The flights will take place three times per week.
Frontier has also announced the addition of another Caribbean route from Atlanta, with four weekly flights to Cancun beginning on November 2.
Frontier will also launch a new service from Miami International Airport to Aruba and Turks and Caicos this winter.
Beginning November 20th, Miami-Aruba flights will operate on Saturdays, and Miami-Providenciales (Turks and Caicos) flights will operate on Saturdays beginning December 18th
Frontier just announced its first-ever flights to Antigua and Barbuda, which will begin on December 4th with weekly Saturday flights from Orlando.
In addition, a new weekly service from Orlando and Denver to Belize will begin on December 11.
See Covid-19 entry requirements for each islands