- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 25, 2015

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - Frontier Airlines is halting its flights between Denver and Sioux Falls during the winter.

Dan Letellier is the executive director of the Sioux Falls Regional Airport. He says the airline will suspend the flights Jan. 3 and service will resume April 15.

Frontier began flying out of Sioux Falls in 2011. Since then, Letellier says, the airline has been monitoring traffic to determine when there’s a greater demand for flights and found out winter months are typically slow.

The airline has offered three trips a week to Denver, and it plans to offer four when flights resume in April.

Travelers can still reach Denver directly from Sioux Falls through United Airlines.


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