An ultra-low-cost carrier has announced two new seasonal routes for its passengers.
Frontier Airlines announced two new international routes to Guatemala City and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. The airline has also launched a route to San Diego.
How Much Will the New Seasonal Routes Cost?
The new seasonal non-stop route service from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) to Guatemala City will begin on the 12th of May. The route will operate twice a week with fares starting from $99.
Flights from Atlanta International airport to Santo Domingo will begin a day earlier on the 11th of May.
The route will operate twice a week with fares starting from $129.
Daily services from Atlanta International airport to San Diego and Ontario in California will begin on the 11th of May, with fares starting from $79.
Frontier Airlines will also offer a flight to Salt Lake City three times a week starting from $79.
Expanding these new seasonal routes will increase Frontier’s weekly international departures at ATL from 21 to 39. With the new service, Frontier will serve 38 non-stop destinations from ATL.
Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial at Frontier Airlines, said: “We are proud to connect Atlanta to 10 international destinations and 28 U.S. destinations.
“We are working hard to make our already robust network at ATL even bigger, and by summer, Atlanta will be our third largest operation.”
“We know those in the Atlanta area appreciate Frontier’s ‘Low Fares Done Right,’ and now they can take advantage of even more affordable and convenient options when planning their next vacation.”
Deputy General Manager and Chief Commercial Officer Jai Ferrell added:
“Additional service and new destinations expand connectivity for our passengers and illustrate our mission to deliver excellence while connecting our community to the world.”
You can book flights to Guatemala City here.
Places to visit in Guatemala City
Now that you’ve booked your flight to Guatemala City, you’re probably wondering which places to visit. Guatemala is known for its rich history, high-altitude location, and its volcanoes!
Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago of Guatemala
This beautiful Cathedral is located in the city centre at Parque Central.
The front of the Cathedral is decorated with a series of 12 pillars. The pillars are inscribed with the names of people killed during the Guatemalan Civil War.
Work on the Cathedral began in 1783 by engineer Joaquin de Isasi, architect Marco Ibanez and artist Antonio Bernasconi. Construction work on the castle ended in 1815 when the sculpture of Our Lady of Perpetual Help was transported in procession from Santa Rosa and was placed in the main altar of its new chapel in the Cathedral, where it has remained ever since.
Ciudad Nueva Ecological Park
The park is ideal for nature lovers who want to escape Guatemala City. The park provides peace and tranquillity to tourists who can enjoy outdoor trails and fantastic city views.
See also the route launched in 2022 here.
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