Frontier Airlines inaugurates flights to Cancun from Houston



Frontier Airlines inaugurated a daily nonstop flight to Cancun (CUN), Mexico, from Houston William P. Hobby (HOU) and George Bush (IAH) Intercontinental Airports.

«We are excited to launch new international service to Cancun from Houston’s two major airports,» said Frontier Airlines representative Stephen Shaw.

Cancun is Frontier’s third destination from HOU, including Orlando and Las Vegas. IAH has six destinations: Atlanta, Denver, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Orlando and now, Cancun.

Frontier Airlines’ HOU and IAH destination network.

«We are confident that Frontier Airlines will strengthen our commitment to delivering excellence to our guests at every step of the airport experience,» said Zeljka Momirovic, Director of Air Service Development for Houston Airports. «Houston Airports’ growing partnership with Frontier will help us continue to deliver a world-class experience at HOU, the first and only 5-Star rated airport in North America, as they do at IAH with their low fares and efficient, reliable service.»

Schedules and Frequencies 

Flight From Departure To Arrival Frequencies
F9 160 Houston (IAH) 13:24 Cancún (CUN) 15:44 MON – WED – FRI – SAT
F9 161 Cancún (CUN) 09:10 Houston (IAH) 11:39 MON – WED – FRI – SAT
F9 42 Houston (HOU) 13:19 Cancún (CUN) 15:34 TUE – THU – SUN
F9 43 Cancún (CUN) 09:10 Houston (HOU) 11:34  TUE – THU – SUN

Frontier in Mexico

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Frontier does not have a large presence in Mexico, with a 5.5% seat supply it is the eighth largest U.S. carrier with flights to Cancun (CUN), Guadalajara (GDL), Los Cabos (SJD) and Monterrey (MTY) to fourteen U.S. destinations on 16 routes.

Frontier’s network of destinations in Mexico

See also: Frontier inaugurates its fourth destination in Mexico

By July 2022, Cancun represents 88% of Frontier’s operations with flights to Denver (DEN), Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), Houston (IAH and HOU), Tampa (TPA), Orlando (MCO), Miami (MIA), Atlanta (ATL), Philadelphia (PHL), Cleveland (CLE), Chicago/O’Hare (ORD), St. Louis (STL) and Cincinnati (CVG).

Although the same Mexican city adds flights to eleven other U.S. cities during the winter season.

According to data compiled by Aviacionline through the Mexican Federal Civil Aviation Agency (AFAC) between January and March 2022, Frontier has a 2.9% market share in the Mexican market by moving 337,752 passengers.

Gastón Sena
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