TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Frontier Airlines will begin flying out of Tucson again in November, the company announced Tuesday, Aug. 7.
Starting out, the airline will have four non-stop flights per week.
Frontier Airlines, based in Denver, is a low-cost, no-frills airline founded in 1994.
The airline is offering one-way tickets to Denver for $29 but you must book it through www.flyfrontier.com by Thursday, Aug. 9.
The company's listed ticket prices do not include fees for checked baggage and carry-ons.
"That's what Frontier aims to do," said Frontier Airlines Vice President of Network and Revenue Josh Flyr. "We come in to cities like this and we give you a low fare and turn the job of customizing a low fare over to you so people can start having these experiences and telling these stories again. It means a lot to us to be back in Tucson."
Frontier previously offered flights out of Tucson until 2012.