Denver-based Frontier Airlines today announced plans to begin twice-daily non-stop flights from Little Rock to its Denver hub. The two flights from Little Rock will leave each day in the mid-afternoon and early evening. The two flights from Denver will leave early in the morning and in the evening. Frontier says it will start the flights October Tenth using its 70-seat aircraft and operated by Horizon Air. The service to Denver would then allow Little Rock travelers access to 19 other Frontier destinations in the western United States and four in Mexico. Little Rock National Airport executive director Deborah Schwartz said the additional service to the West was something Little Rock customers had been requesting. Frontier`s senior vice president of marketing Sean Menke called Little Rock a "strong community and a great addition to our roster of destinations in the southeastern US." Frontier recently added service to Nashville.