After announcing that it would not launch service in May amid the coronavirus pandemic, Wilmington-New Castle is back on the reservation system of Frontier Airlines. Flights begin on November 12th and operate Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. The only nonstop destination will be Orlando. The base fare is $158 but Frontier operates on an ultra-low fare model that adds extra charges for seating assignments and putting luggage in the overhead compartment.
This is the second time around for the carrier that pulled out of Wilmington-New Castle in 2015 after offering flights to various destinations. Delaware will no longer be the only state in the country without an airline service.