Boston, MA 08/26/2014 (wallstreetpr) – After a long cold was, the Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR) has further decided to reduce its offerings from New Castle Airport. This statement came on Monday and left most of the local leaders in despair. They are not sure about the future of commercial air services in Delaware.
Road So Far:
About a month back, the local authority of New Castle Airport announced that the services to four out of seven destinations of FTR from Delaware would be suspended during the winter season. These four destinations included Chicago, Atlanta, Denver and Fort Myers, Florida. When reporters tried to get in touch with the management of FTR, it said that the services to all the above mentioned four destinations would be stopped for the winter season on last October.
According to reports made public by the airport authority, Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR) was trying to expand its services for the entire winter season. It was looking to expand its services in Tampa from one to two days a week and in Orlando from 3-4 flights in one week. According to Tryi Squyres, Vice President of FTR, “We have decided to suspend our services Tampa service from October 25, 2014 to December 15, 2014.” She announced that only two flights per week would be run to and from Tampa throughout the winter season. The main objective of FTR behind reducing its services is to offer the best services only when people want them. It not only helps in providing excellent services, but also facilitates the people with low-cost fares.
The company has changed the frequency of flights in Orlando area as well. The services in this area will be increased for several weeks of five-day-a-week service during the month of October. After the month of October, Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR) will give services for four days a week.