Dallas San Diego (SAN) travelers looking to soak up the sun in Orlando (MCO) have a new non-stop option. From November 5 to January 3, 2023, Frontier Airlines (F9) will fly on the route to accommodate winter travelers. Frontier previously operated the track in March and April of 2021.
The airline does not offer any special promotional fares; The F9 website states that round-trip tickets can be had for less than $300.
“From one destination to another, we appreciate Frontier Airlines adding a seasonal non-stop flight between the two cities,” said Kimberly Baker, president and CEO of the San Diego Regional Airport Authority. “The holiday months during which this service will be offered is a popular time for Southern Californians to travel, and we welcome visitors from Central Florida.”
Currently, Alaska Airlines (AS) is the only other airline that flies non-stop flights to Orlando from San Diego. Alaska’s schedule shows that they add additional flights during the holiday period.
In addition to the Orlando route, Frontier Airlines offers non-stop service to four other SAN destinations: Dallas (DFW), Denver (DEN), Las Vegas (LAS), and Phoenix (PHX).
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