Frontier to offer nonstop flight from Omaha to San Antonio

Marco Green
May 17, 2018

Frontier Airlines is restoring seasonal, twice-weekly nonstop service from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to San Antonio beginning August 13.

The flight will leave San Antonio at 7 a.m. and land at 9:15 a.m.

Frontier is offering introductory fares on the route of $39 each way.

United Airlines and United Express operate about 4,600 flights a day to 354 airports on five continents.

The Omaha flights will begin on August 12 and be offered three times per week - on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

In addition to San Antonio and Austin, Frontier flies from Cleveland to: Denver, Fort Myers, Las Vegas, Miami, Minneapolis, Orlando, Portland, Phoenix, Raleigh/Durham, Seattle, Tampa and Cancun, Mexico. For ticket information, visit the airline's website.

This map shows nonstop flight destinations from San Antonio International Airport. Southwest and Alaska Airlines also offer nonstop service to Cabo San Lucas. Red lines demonstrate upcoming nonstop flights.

Last fall, Mayor Ron Nirenberg appointed a committee of business, aviation, and tourism experts to help gather and analyze data that will help City officials determine the best course for enhancing air transportation in San Antonio.

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