Frontier Airlines adding nine new destinations from San Antonio

A line of passengers enters the jet bridge to board a flight at the San Antonio International Airport on the day before Thanksgiving

Bonnie Arbittier Rivard Report A line of passengers enters the jet bridge to board a flight at San Antonio International Airport

Air Canada is the third global airline to serve Sacramento, joining Volaris and Aeromexico, each of which offers flights to Mexico.

The airline launched five new flights last fall, and five others last month.

Frontier Airlines is restoring seasonal, twice-weekly nonstop service from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to San Antonio beginning August 13. Southwest and Alaska Airlines also offer nonstop service to Cabo San Lucas.

The new flights make Frontier Airlines the largest carrier at the airport in terms of destinations served.

"We are proud to continue our commitment and bring even more low fares to Cleveland with our fourteenth destination", the airline said in a brief press release.

This map shows the 53 nonstop flight destinations from San Antonio International Airport. Red lines demonstrate upcoming nonstop flights

To celebrate the new service, the airline is offering an introductory fare starting at $59 one way.

United plans to increase flights to the airport, under the call letters SRQ, to two flights daily.

The flight will operate three times per week - on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays - starting August 12.

This map shows nonstop flight destinations from San Antonio International Airport.

A record 848,233 total passengers flew through the global airport during March, according to the most recent aviation report.

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