Frontier Announces Nonstop Service From Shenandoah Valley To Orlando

DENVER (Aug. 16, 2012) – Frontier Airlines today announced new nonstop service between Orlando, Fla. (MCO), and Shenandoah Valley, Va. (SHD), with three weekly nonstop flights beginning on Nov. 20, 2012. To celebrate the new service, Frontier is offering fares as low as $69* each way available for purchase through Aug. 25, 2012 only at FrontierAirlines.com. Frontier Airlines will be the first low-fare carrier at the airport and this will be the only nonstop service from the Shenandoah Valley to Orlando International Airport.

“With the addition of Frontier’s nonstop service to Orlando, customers in the Shenandoah Valley can now enjoy a low fare option into Orlando’s most convenient airport, where you’re closer to all the key attractions and can start your vacation sooner,” said Daniel Shurz, Frontier’s senior vice president, commercial. “Not only will Shenandoah Valley-area travelers enjoy our low fares to Orlando, they’ll appreciate amenities other low cost carriers don’t offer including TVs at every seat and the option of extra legroom.”

“We are very excited to welcome Frontier Airlines to the Shenandoah Valley with non-stop jet service to Orlando. Frontier has a great reputation of exceptional service and we are confident our community will quickly embrace this new destination,” said Gregory Campbell, Executive Director, Shenandoah Valley Airport Commission.

Following is the schedule for Frontier’s Shenandoah service:

The new service will operate on 138-seat Airbus 319 aircraft – featuring 30 channels of DIRECTV service available at every seat. Additionally, these flights will offer five rows of comfortable STRETCH seating with an additional five to seven inches of legroom, and the airline’s SELECT seating product. The airline’s website, FrontierAirlines.com, offers its guaranteed lowest fares and is the only place STRETCH and SELECT seating are available at the time of booking.

Comments

  1. Nice to have, but I’ll pass on the AirBus, thank you.

  2. Blossom Butt says:

    I think this is great news. Not having to travel to a larger airport, plus the direct flight for a lower price, makes the warm weather in FL a lot more accessible when the cold wind starts to blow.

  3. I fail to see the advantage of driving 95 miles to this airport than flying out of Dulles Get a 6 am out of Dulles, woosh you are gone.

    • Blossom Butt says:

      NONSTOP – You wouldnt have to go to Dulles it would be straight from Shenandoah

      • Another View says:

        Berryville to Dulles–34 miles

        Berryville to Weyers Cave–94 miles

        I’d rather go to Dulles

        • Blossom Butt says:

          I travel Berryville to Leesburg every day, normal speed, sometimes more, in non-traffic times. There is no way to get to Leesburg, travelling at 65 and under most of the way, in under 30 minutes. How you can get to Dulles in 34 is beyond me

  4. Mapquest says 41 miles to Dulles, 90 miles to Weyers Cave

    70 dollars one way, non stop, say 160 round trip (taxes and such). nonstop from dulles looks like much more.

    might be worth it, might be not. certainly worth looking into if you happen to be going to Orlando.

  5. It sounds very nice. I wish I would have known this before I made reservations for next year. Traveling a Saturday to Saturday stay. I guess I will still have to go to Dulles.