Officials from Frontier Airlines and Trenton-Mercer Airport gathered Nov. 3 to mark the ultra-low fare carrier’s 10th anniversary operating at the airport.
Coinciding with the anniversary is the news that later this month, Frontier will carry its 6 millionth passenger from the depot.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Trenton-Mercer Airport and celebrate 10 years of operations together,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president, Commercial, Frontier Airlines. “In cooperation with the outstanding leadership at Mercer County and Trenton-Mercer Airport, we have established a highly successful commercial airline operation and look forward to continued growth together. We currently operate service to eight destinations from TTN and will continue to deliver ‘Low Fares Done Right’ to area residents.”
Frontier, the only commercial airline that offers scheduled flights from Trenton, currently flies from Trenton to Orlando, Atlanta, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham and Fort Myers. To mark the anniversary, the airline is offering fares from Trenton-Mercer starting at $39 per person.
“This milestone is exciting for Mercer County and Trenton-Mercer Airport,” said Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes. “Over the past decade, millions of passengers have discovered Trenton-Mercer Airport and have embraced us as an alternative. We are proud of that designation and we look forward to Frontier Airlines’ continued success.”