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Frontier Airlines flights resumed at Branson Airport

Submitted to Branson Globe

Low cost carrier Frontier Airlines resumed commercial air service at Branson Airport on Saturday, June 6. Over 100 passengers arrived aboard the quieter, more fuel-efficient, Airbus A320neo on their nonstop flight from Denver ready to begin summer vacations in Branson.

“Departing passengers and guests will be welcomed to Branson Airport with newly enhanced procedures to address the health and wellness of all who enter the terminal,” said Jeff Bourk, Airport Executive Director.

“In addition to directional and informational signs, there are multiple hand sanitizing stations throughout the facility, daily disinfecting of surfaces, plus the use of electrostatic disinfecting spraying systems using EPA certified disinfectants to further our commitment to safety,” Bourk continued.

Frontier Airlines is the first major airline to require temperature screenings before boarding using touchless thermometers. Any passenger, crew member or airport employee who has a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to fly or gain access to the terminal. Face masks are also a requirement when flying and will be provided at no cost to guests who need one.

Learn more about Frontier Airlines Commitment to health and safety including the new temperature screenings here

Low Cost flights from Branson Airport on Frontier Airlines are available for booking now through 2021 and include nonstop service to Denver with connections to several popular destinations.

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