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Hobby is the New Frontier

Air Carrier Changes Airports in Houston

The Houston Airport System announces a move of commercial air carrier, Frontier Airlines, to William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) after serving customers for nine years from Terminal A at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). Customers booked on Frontier flights to Bush Intercontinental on or after November 18, will automatically be rebooked on flights to Hobby Airport.

“Hobby Airport welcomes Frontier Airlines and we are excited to add another low-cost carrier to our airline family,” says Perry Miller, general manager of Hobby Airport. “This has been an outstanding year for passenger growth at Hobby and we are thrilled to have more non-stop flights to additional destinations for Houston’s air travelers.”

Frontier Airlines is growing travel opportunities for Houston travelers with a broader range of destinations from Hobby, including three daily, non-stop flights between Houston and Denver (DIA).

“Hobby Airport offers great benefits to Frontier’s guests,” said Daniel Shurz, Frontier’s vice president of strategy and planning. “In addition to its easy-to-use refurbished terminal, Hobby offers convenient access to downtown Houston as well as to great tourist attractions such as NASA and Galveston.”

Hobby Airport serves 8 million passengers annually. The domestic airport has a strong performance record in customer satisfaction surveys and was named as America’s Best Airport on a Travel + Leisure online survey by the magazine’s readers. Hobby Airport, located seven miles from downtown Houston, close to NASA and Galveston Island.

To showcase the airport switch, the Houston Airport System Airport Rangers will ride out on horseback to escort Frontier Airlines on its journey to Hobby Airport, beginning at 4:45 p.m. on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 along the John F. Kennedy Boulevard feeder road.

For more information about the flights, log on to www.frontierairlines.com

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