The non-stop service offered by Frontier Airlines between Milwaukee and Pittsburgh, Boston will be halted, starting January 2012.
The announcement was made on Friday by the airline. Daniel Shurz, vice President of strategy and planning, said “In these times of continuing high fuel prices, we’re continuing to fine-tune our schedules to match capacity to demand in what is historically the weakest travel quarter of the year”. He added: “These adjustments, along with other recent schedule changes, are part of Frontier’s ongoing efforts to return the airline to sustained profitability.”
Frontier had already noticed that it would suspend non-stop services from Milwaukee to six destinations: Green Bay; Madison; Des Moines, Iowa; Cleveland and Dayton, Ohio; and Minneapolis.
The airline also announced a new non-stop service from Madison to Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C.