Travel has been greatly impacted by the current global pandemic.
The United States has had restrictions on international travel since early 2020, but those restrictions will soon be lifted for vaccinated travelers. Cruises have also had to change their protocols and requirements, with Disney Cruise Line requiring that all passengers age 12 and over be vaccinated. With travel picking up again, we’ve seen airlines reintroduce routes to places like Orlando, and now, another airline is expanding its service.
Frontier Airlines is adding several new, nonstop routes to Orlando International Airport throughout this month, according to clickorlando.com.
The airline is adding 13 new routes in total. Here’s a look at all of them:
- Fort Meyers, FL (RSW)
- Harlingen, TX (HRL)
- Pensacola, FL (PNS)
- Sioux Falls, SD (FSD)
- Bentonville, AR (XNA)
- Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ)
- Nassau, The Bahamas (NAS)
- Direct service to El Paso, TX, (ELP)
- Cedar Rapids, IA (CID)
- Fargo, ND (FAR)
- San Salvador, El Salvador (SAL)
- Cozumel, Mexico (CZM)
- Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR)
International travelers will be allowed to fly into the United States starting November 8th, as long as they are fully vaccinated. Stay tuned to DFB for more news and updates.
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