INDIANAPOLIS -- Looking to get away? How about flying non-stop from Indianapolis to San Diego?
Frontier Airlines began year-round service Monday from Indianapolis International Airport.
“What makes the Frontier flight exciting news is the fact it’s the first nonstop, year-round flight into San Diego, which was a destination that was unserved for years and has remained underserved until now,” said Mario Rodriguez, Indianapolis Airport Authority executive director.
The new Frontier flight will operate twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays.
In addition to San Diego, Frontier offers nonstop flights out of Indy to Austin, Denver, Las Vegas, Orlando, Philadelphia, Fort Myers and Tampa.
Southwest Airlines also launched a seasonal, non-stop flight to San Diego last summer.
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