April 7th, 2021
Monroe County Executive Adam Bello today announced that low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines will begin three-day-a-week service on May 20, 2021 from the Frederick Douglass Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) to Orlando International Airport (MCO).
“I am thrilled to welcome Frontier to our community with nonstop service to Orlando,” said Monroe County Executive Adam Bello. “These new nonstop flights offer an affordable, convenient way for residents to travel to Florida and points beyond. I am grateful to Frontier for this exciting investment in our market and I hope our travelers will consider these new flight options.”
To celebrate this new partnership with ROC, Frontier is offering ultra-low promotional fares starting at $49 for tickets purchased prior to April 11. Blackout dates apply and round-trip purchase is not required.
“We’re excited to launch Rochester service with new nonstop flights to Orlando,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial, Frontier Airlines. “Summer is quickly approaching, and Frontier’s low fares and friendly flying experience offer a convenient option for families and friends who are looking to travel and explore new places.”
The flights are as follows:
|Start Date||Weekly Frequency||Departure Airport||Arrival Airport||Departure Time||Aircraft|
|May 20, 2021||3x weekly On Mon, Wed, Fri||ROC||MCO||15:10||A320-neo|
|May 20, 2021||3x weekly On Mon, Wed, Fri||MCO||ROC||11:50||A320-neo|
Passengers can begin booking tickets today online at www.flyfrontier.com. Strong passenger support of these nonstop flights demonstrates that our community can support additional Frontier nonstop service in the future to other destinations. Frontier Airlines schedules are subject to change based on demand and conditions due to COVID-19.
In response to the ongoing pandemic, ROC continues to take extra precautions to promote health and safety at the airport with the #ReadySetROC initiative.
“Our ongoing #ReadySetROC initiatives include enhanced cleaning, additional hand sanitizing stations, face covering policies, social distancing markers, plastic shields at counters and free masks,” said Airport Director Andrew Moore. “As more people get vaccinated and air travel continues to increase, we remain committed to providing all of our travelers a clean, sanitized and safe environment.”