Frontier announces non-stop service between Orlando and the Shenandoah Valley
November 24, 2012 by Sarah
On November 20, Frontier Airlines began an expanded service of non-stop flights from Orlando International Airport to Shenandoah Valley, Virginia.
The Airline no doubt used flyer printing and poster printing to make the announcement of this new service to those in both Virginia and Florida who wish to take in the attractions each state and its surrounding areas have to offer. Frontier Airlines is the only carrier that offers low fares from Shenandoah Valley, the first airline offering jet service at the airport, and the only airline varying out non-stop flights from Shenandoah Valley to Orlando.
Executive Director of the Shenandoah Valley Airport, Greg Campbell, is happy that non-stop service from his airport to Orlando has been established. Orlando is a popular destination for travelers and the community has been very responsive to the new service. He expects that this service between the two cities will be very successful.
Frontier’s senior director of planning and scheduling, Robert Westgate, added that the company’s friendly service and low fares can now be offered to customers in the Shenandoah Valley, so that they can take advantage of the sun and attractions in the area.
An Airbus A319 with 138 seats will be the plane used for travel between the two cities. Each seat will be afforded DIRECTV with 30 channels and there will be five rows in the plane that will have an additional five to seven inches of legroom.
Republic Airways Holdings, Inc. is an airline that owns Shuttle America, Chautauqua Airlines, Republic Airlines, and Frontier, which has been in operation for 19 years.