WARWICK – Frontier Airlines will cease operations at Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport on April 19, 2023, the R.I. Airport Corp. announced Wednesday.
Frontier Airlines flew between T.F. Green and Denver, Atlanta and Raleigh-Durham, N.C., this past summer since March 11 when it added the service. Frontier also flies between T.F. Green and Florida locations, including Fort Lauderdale and Tampa during the winter and Orlando year-round.
The R.I. Airport Corp. said in a statement that with the exception of Denver, other airlines at T.F. Green offer service to those destinations and with minimal disruption to travelers.
The reason for Frontier’s departure from T.F. Green was not specified, though the R.I. Airport Corp. said in its statement it is hopeful that Frontier will return in the near future.
R.I. Airport Corp. also announced on Wednesday that Sky High Aviation Services Dominicana, a Caribbean airline currently serving 14 destinations, will begin offering twice-a-week charter flights to the public between the Dominican Republic and T.F. Green beginning Dec. 12.
The charter flights to Santo Domingo’s Las Américas International Airport are scheduled on Mondays and Fridays through Jan. 20, 2023, with the option for the airline to extend service further should there be adequate demand for service.
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