Frontier Expands at LAX

Added nonstop flights don't go through Denver

Frontier Airlines, the 10-year-old company based in Denver, last weekend expanded its flights from Los Angeles International Airport. It marks the first point-to-point service Frontier has developed outside of Denver.

The airline added two daily nonstops between LAX and each of these cities: Kansas City, St. Louis and Minneapolis-St. Paul.

The new routes are in addition to the six daily nonstops between LAX and Denver as well as service between Denver and Ontario, San Diego and Orange County.

“Los Angeles has always been a critical market in our network and has been second only to Denver in terms of demand and revenue,” said Sean Menke, Frontier’s senior vice president of marketing.

Frontier’s loyalty mileage program, EarlyReturns, offers a free roundtrip ticket for 15,000 miles. The line is offering double miles on service to or from LAX through June 30.