Frontier suspending all flights out of Delaware

(file/NewsWorks)

(file/NewsWorks)

Frontier Airlines is suspending all flights out of the New Castle County Airport beginning next year.

The suspensions will begin in April. An airline spokesman did not say how long the suspensions will last or if services will resume.

“We have not yet announced our intentions beyond that time but are always looking at opportunities to expand our network,” said Todd Lehmacher, director of corporate communications for Frontier Airlines.

Earlier this year, the airline announced it would “seasonally suspend” flights from Delaware to Atlanta, Denver, Chicago and Fort Myers, Florida. They’ve continued to provide service to Orlando and Tampa.

Frontier partnered with the New Castle County Airport just over a year ago, promising more low-cost service at small private airports across the U.S.

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