The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is gearing up at Wilmington-New Castle Airport (ILG) in preparation for Frontier Airlines’ return after a five-year hiatus. Denver-based low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines plans to restart regularly scheduled flights from the “Blue Hen State” to Orlando International Airport (MCO) beginning February 11.
Owned by New Castle County and operated by the Delaware River & Bay Authority (DRBA), Wilmington-New Castle Airport is conveniently located five miles (eight kilometers) south of Wilmington and about 30 miles (50 kilometers) from the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia.
ILG has had a makeover
Before commercial flights could begin again, the DRBA had to renovate the passenger terminal while spending around $2 million to ensure it met current security standards…