Low cost carrier Frontier Airlines is headed for Newark with 15 new nonstop routes and $15 fares up for grabs to celebrate.
It is touting its entry as the 'only low-cost, nonstop options' at an airport dominated by United Airlines.
Starting November 14, Frontier will fly to popular warm weather destinations Las Vegas, Orlando, Miami and San Juan.
In December it adds routes to Palm Beach, Phoenix, and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson, followed by more new flights starting in March and April including Dallas, Punta Cana, Cancun, Tampa and Chicago O'Hare.
"We're excited to make flying more affordable for the Garden State with 15 new routes," said Frontier president Barry Biffle.
"With fares as low as $15, we hope we inspire more people to fly," Biffle added.
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