While travelers in Pierre and Watertown are preparing to lose flights out of their local airports, flyers in Sioux Falls are getting another non-stop option to Florida.

Frontier Airlines has included Sioux Falls Regional Airport (FSD) on its list of new non-stop routes to Orlando International Airport (MCO).

The Orlando Business Journal is reporting that Sioux Falls is one of Frontier's 13 new non-stop destinations to Orlando.

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Non-stop flights from Sioux Falls to Orlando began this week (November 1) and will take place initially on Mondays and Fridays.

The flights will commence in Central Florida at 11:30 AM (ET) and arrive in South Dakota at 2:12 PM (CT).

The return flights will depart Sioux Falls at 2:57 PM (CT) and arrive in Orlando at 7:23 PM (ET).

Regular fares will range between $130 to $209 per person, each way (plus seats and bags), but Frontier is offering promotional fares starting at $39 each way (plus seats and bags) on the following dates:

  • November 12
  • November 15
  • November 19
  • December 3
  • December 6
  • December 10
  • December 13

The only other non-stop option from Sioux Falls to Central Florida is on  Allegiant, which flies to Orlando/Sanford International Airport (SFB), 30 miles north of Orlando International Airport.

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