Tampa International Airport (TPA) continues to connect Tampa to the rest fo the world. The airport announced last week that American Airlines would launch a new nonstop route to the West Coast destination.
The best news? The service is daily. That’s right, you can head over to the city of Angels any day of the week. TPA’s brand new art installations, Shoppes at Bayshore area, TPA2Go food service, and efficient check-in and security processes make it one of the premier airports in the country.
This new nonstop route to Los Angeles is just icing on the proverbial travel cake. Those interested in booking a trip can do so online with American Airlines. One way tickets start at $259.
TPA’s exciting travel news doesn’t end there.
TPA adds major domestic, and international routes
Tampa Bay’s connection to mainland Europe is coming back in December with the launch of new nonstop service to Frankfurt, Germany aboard Eurowings Discover, the Lufthansa Group’s new leisure airline, according to a release on TPA’s website.
This follows recent news that COPA Airlines would once again launch flights to Panama from the airport.
Low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines announced five new nonstop routes from Tampa International Airport to Bloomington, Illinois; Columbus, Ohio; Green Bay, Wisconsin; New York-LaGuardia and Rochester, New York. With the addition of this new service, Frontier now offers 26 nonstop Tampa routes to a wide range of popular destinations.
To celebrate the new service, Frontier is offering introductory fares starting at $39.
Y’all also better get ready for a massive Flamingo to arrive at the airport next year.
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