Low-cost airline Frontier Airlines will seasonally suspend its flights out of Lafayette Regional Airport Nov. 11, an airlines spokesman told The Advocate.
The Denver-based airline, which announced just a year ago it would offer flights out of Lafayette, will resume flights out of Lafayette in the first quarter of 2020, said Lafayette Airport director Steven Picou told the newspaper.
“We appreciate the support for our service from the community and airport and will evaluate our options from LFT in 2020,” spokesman Zach Kramer told The Advocate.
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This summer, the airline announced changes to flights, which included suspending direct flights to Orlando. Those flights were to resume this fall.
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