If you’re coming from afar to visit Orlando, Florida, chances are that you’re flying into the Orlando International Airport.
MCO has become an incredibly popular airport over the past few months and years, breaking records with travel numbers to the point where they’re having to expand and build a C terminal. And now, the airport is about to have even more options!
The Orlando International Airport announced on Twitter that starting November 6th, Frontier Airlines will be offering non-stop flights to Guadalajara, Mexico two times a week.
We're catching all the feels for this beautiful city & now you can to! 🇲🇽 Starting November 6th, @FlyFrontier will be operating nonstop, 2x/week flights to Guadalajara, Mexico. Book your next travel adventure at: https://t.co/e8rFzoBBRt ✈️ pic.twitter.com/J99zlUXD6e
— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) August 16, 2022
But that’s not all! According to a press release from Frontier Airlines, they will be offering some rates as low as $89. But to get that special “introductory rate” you’ll need to book by August 23rd, 2022. And the discounted fare will only be valid for non-stop travel on select days of the week from November 5th, 2022, through February 2nd, 2023 (subject to certain blackout dates). Be sure to check the Frontier website for full details.
Frontier Airlines has been in a lot of news recently, with heavily discounted rates on select flights and a canceled merger between their company and Spirit Airlines. They also ranked as the most likely airline in the U.S. to bump passengers from flights without compensation.
Many passengers choose Frontier due to their budget-friendly prices, and if you’re among that group, now is the time to start booking those flights to Mexico!
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