HOUSTON -- Frontier Airlines has decided to drop service at one Houston airport and relocate to another.
Frontier on Wednesday shifts operations from William P. Hobby Airport to George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Frontier says the move to Houston’s larger airport will be more convenient for passengers, including connections to international flights on partner routes.
Frontier’s schedule for Houston includes service to and from Denver.
Frontier Airlines is a wholly owned subsidiary of Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc.