Frontier Airlines has resumed service in Spokane. Starting April 30, 2018, the airline began nonstop flights from Spokane to Denver four times a week. The flights will run Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

The airline ended service in Spokane in 2015, but has recently added 100 new routes, including Spokane.

“This forward momentum and growth in airlift at Spokane International Airport will have a direct impact on the positive image people have of Spokane,” said Cheryl Kilday, President & CEO of Visit Spokane. “This will make it even easier to reach us and enjoy the destination."
Having a nonstop from Denver will also make it easier for business and meetings travelers trying to reach Spokane.

The new route marks the latest additions to the airport’s list of nonstop routes. On April 8, 2018, Southwest started nonstop service to San Jose. Last year, Southwest Airlines started seasonal nonstop flights from Spokane to San Diego and year-round flights to Sacramento. United Airlines added two nonstops, Spokane to San Francisco and Spokane to Chicago, American added Dallas and Delta Air Lines added nonstop service to Los Angeles and Boise.
The Frontier Airlines flight:

• Departs Denver at 4:55pm arrives Spokane at 6:19pm
• Departs Spokane at 7:20pm arrives Denver at 10:35pm