Frontier Airlines today announced that it will expand its service at Trenton-Mercer Airport, adding nonstop service to Cleveland, Nashville and Indianapolis in 2014.
Cleveland service will begin Feb. 13. Indianapolis service will begin April 29. Nashville service is scheduled to begin on April 30.
Frontier is the only airline providing scheduled service out of Trenton-Mercer Airport. The airport, located on Ewing, will reopen tomorrow after being closed for renovations since early September. The renovated airport features additional parking, improved baggage service, increased capacity at security and a gate area featuring additional seating, restrooms and concessions. Parking will no longer be free, however. The Mercer County Freeholders approved parking fees of $2 per hour and $8 per day earlier this year.
The addition of these three cities brings Frontier’s total nonstop destinations served from Trenton-Mercer Airport to 14:
• Fort Lauderdale
• Fort Myers
“This is a great day for consumers as we bring three new low-fare options to the Trenton/Princeton area, providing a time and money saving option to even more customers throughout the region,” said David Siegel, Frontier’s chief executive officer, in a news release about the expansion at Trenton-Mercer Airport.
“Customers who fly from Trenton-Mercer Airport can enjoy a newly upgraded airport with an improved customer experience and convenient access,” said Daniel Shurz, Frontier’s senior vice president, commercial.
Service to Cleveland will be available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Service to Indianapolis will be available Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Service to Nashville will be available Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
All Frontier flights from Trenton/Princeton will operate on 138-seat Airbus 319 aircraft, For more information about flights, visit Frontier’s website, FlyFrontier.com.