EWING, N.J. (AP) — Frontier Airlines will suspend all flights at Trenton-Mercer Airport this fall while runway work is completed.

The airline announced Friday that the gap in service will last from Sept. 9 through Nov. 7.

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During that time, the airport will upgrade its main runway with safety enhancements mandated by the Federal Aviation Administration.

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Frontier recently announced that the planned shutdown of Trenton-Mercer Airport’s air traffic control tower due to federal budget cuts won’t affect service.

The airline is scheduled to begin service to Atlanta, Chicago-Midway, Columbus, Ohio, Detroit and Raleigh, N.C. next month. Frontier already flies between Trenton-Mercer and New Orleans, Fort Myers, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and Tampa, Fla.

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