Getting around the country is getting easier thanks to Frontier Airlines who just added round-trip flights to Denver and Orlando to their list of destinations.

According to the Albany Times-Union, Frontier Airlines will start seasonal service from Albany to Denver in September, and to Orlando in October.

You'll have two days per week to fly to Denver; Mondays and Fridays, and three days per week will be designated for Orlando trips.

The Orlando flights will be on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

'Introductory fares' of $44 for a one-way trip will be offered on the airline's website FlyFrontier.com.

Of course baggage fees and upgrade prices still apply, but if you're not worried about what days you fly back and forth, $44 is not a bad starting price for a one-way flight.

A spokesperson for the airline told the Times-Union that if travelers respond positively to the new service, they will consider adding more flights throughout the week.

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