COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Frontier Airlines says its returning service to a central Ohio airport with a nonstop flight to New Jersey beginning this spring.
Frontier said Monday the airline will offer three weekly nonstop flights from Port Columbus International Airport in Ohio's capital to Trenton-Mercer Airport in Ewing, N.J., beginning on April 8.
Another route from Detroit to Trenton, New Jersey is also being offered.
Introductory fares are as low as $29 each way through Jan. 23.
David Whitaker of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority said he expects the route to serve as an alternative access point to Philadelphia and New York.
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