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March 28, 2017

Frontier expanding nonstop service from Philadelphia to Puerto Rico this summer

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In this photograph taken late Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, a Frontier Airlines plane heads to a runway at Denver International Airport.

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Frontier Airlines, the budget airline based in Denver, announced Tuesday that it will launch nonstop service from Philadelphia to San Juan starting in June. 

It'll be the airline's 20th nonstop destination out of Philadelphia International Airport, with one-way flights to Puerto Rico starting as low as $59.

The first flight to SJU will be on June 11 and will return to PHL the following morning, the Philadelphia Business Journal reported.

“We are very excited that Frontier will be offering nonstop service from Philadelphia to San Juan, which is a popular destination for both tourists and natives of Puerto Rico who travel back home to visit,” said Airport CEO Chellie Cameron, according to PBJ.