TULSA, Oklahoma - People flying out of Tulsa International Airport will have a new option for nonstop flights to Denver, Orlando and San Diego after Frontier Airlines returns to Tulsa next spring. The airline said they are bringing their "ultra-low airfares" to those destinations.

The company will be back in Tulsa after seven years away.

"Frontier's announcement aligns with our regional strategy to expand nonstop service options available from Tulsa International," said Jeff Stava, TIA Improvement Trust chair.

Including Tulsa in the airline's national expansion demonstrates the strength of the local market and will boost economic activity, he added in a news release.

Tulsa Regional Chamber President and CEO Mike Neal said it will make it easier for those outside the region to visit for work or play.

"We welcome Frontier back, and we appreciate their vote of confidence in our city and region," he said.

Fares and schedules are expected to be available this fall, the release states.