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Frontier's Airlines soon to make CVG debut

HEBRON, KY (FOX19) -

Frontier Airlines will soon fly out of the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG).

The first low-cost carrier at CVG since 1998 will fly from beginning next Friday, offering a non-stop service from Cincinnati to Denver Monday through Saturday.

The flight is estimated to have a $16 million impact on the local economy. 

On Tuesday, airline officials offered a sneak peek of what their service will bring.

"We're used to competition. We have three major carriers in Denver between us, and other carriers, and so we thing we can bring a very unique product. We can bring a lot of options, low fares with options for passengers," said Scott Gould, Frontier Airlines Vice President of Flight Operations.

Gould also confirmed that Frontier's low cost fares may not be as cheap for customers unless they are bought directly from Frontier.

"We bring not just the low-fare, but a great customer service. A very reliable airline. A very safe airline," Gould added.

From CVG to Denver, one-way fares on Frontier's website ranged between $101 - $217, depending on the day of departure.

To check out Frontier Airline's current fares for yourself, follow this link: http://www.flyfrontier.com/

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