The carrier’s seasonal service to Alaska began on Friday (May 8th) and marked the start of its new seasonal services.
Sean Menke, Frontier Airline’s president and chief executive, said Anchorage "has always been special" for the carrier because it offers airline passengers "such a unique destination experience".
"We provide a unique flying experience for our customer with our AirFairs product and commitment to customer service," he remarked.
"Plus, it’s only fitting to have an airline named Frontier providing air service to one of our country’s last frontiers."
Frontier Airlines initially began flights to Anchorage in May 2004.
Last month, the airline was awarded the Federal Aviation Administration’s Diamond Award – the tenth year in a row that Frontier has received the accolade.
Frontier Airlines is currently the second largest carrier flying from Denver and operates an average of 350 departures and arrivals from the airport each day.