Colorado-based Frontier Airlines will fly new seasonal, nonstop routes between Indianapolis International Airport and Fort Myers, Florida beginning in January. The flights to Southwest Florida International Airport join a growing list of nonstop and direct service options from the state’s largest airport.
Airport officials say there are now more than 40 nonstop flights from Indianapolis. Frontier also recently added nonstop service to Orlando International Airport, which will begin next month.
Airport Executive Director Mario Rodriguez "we are very excited to be able to offer yet another convenient, nonstop route to Florida, one of our community’s favorite destinations. We continue to listen to the needs of our travelers and, with this announcement, are hopefully making it even easier for them to get a little sunshine in the middle of winter."
Frontier, which was previously based in Indianapolis, established its service in 2002 with a flight between the old Indianapolis airport and Denver.