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Delaware resumes commercial air service

Frontier to fly from New Castle airport

Delaware resumes commercial air service

Frontier Airlines plans to start commercial service from the state's main airport in New Castle to Chicago-Midway, Houston, Denver and Orlando, Delaware Economic Development Office boss Alan Levin told WDEL Radio today. Official word tomorrow.

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