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Coloradans who are, in particular, looking to escape the mountains and head for the beach now have even more options to do so, thanks to the latest addition to Frontier Airlines' flight service options.

According to an Aug. 16 press release, Frontier Airlines will be launching a new service between Denver International Airport (DIA) and Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), located in West Palm Beach, Florida beginning later this year.

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"This expansion is further proof of our continued commitment to both Denver and West Palm Beach," Daniel Shurz, Frontier Airlines' Senior Vice President of Commercial Daniel Shurz said, as per the press release. 

Once the new flight route begins service, it will officially make Frontier the only airline offering direct service between the two cities - and to celebrate, the Denver-based airline is offering fares on direct flights to the beach as low as $69.

"We see the demand for our ‘Low Fares Done Right’ in both markets, and we’re honored to be the only carrier offering this exciting new service. With the addition of this new route, Frontier will fly to seven Florida cities from Denver, the most we’ve ever served."

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Service from Colorado's Denver International Airport (DIA) to Florida's Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) will begin on Sunday, Nov. 6.

The direct flight will reportedly run three times a week.

"West Palm Beach is a new destination for [DIA] and is a great addition to our robust domestic network, DIA CEO Phil Washington said in the press release.

"We are thankful for Frontier’s continued investment in [DIA] and are excited to offer passengers another option to travel to south Florida."

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For more information about Frontier Airlines and its latest addition to its flight services at DIA, visit flyfrontier.com. 

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