Two discount airlines are launching seasonal nonstop service between Charleston and Cleveland this year.
Frontier Airlines, which is based in Denver, will launch nonstop service between Charleston International Airport and Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport on April 30. The airline will fly between the cities on Thursdays and Sundays. The seasonal flight runs until Aug. 11.
Frontier also will begin nonstop service between Cleveland and San Francisco International Airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, beginning April 30.
Allegiant Air, which is based in Las Vegas, will launch nonstop service between Charleston and Cleveland on June 6. The airline will fly between the cities on Thursdays and Sundays. This seasonal service will run until Aug. 11.
Both airlines have added nonstop service at Charleston in recent years. Frontier now flies to Austin, Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Philadelphia, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Trenton. Allegiant now flies seasonally to Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Indianapolis.