Though Frontier airlines is outsourcing jobs at Denver International Airport, officials are still focused on adding more international flights, reports the Denver Post.
In December 2014, the airport added a flight to Panama City.
DIA plays host this week for more than 600 delegates from around the globe for the eighth annual Routes Americas conference, where airport officials plan to meet with representatives from at least 30 airlines and attempt to woo them into serving the Mile High City.
Routes Americas is part of the larger Routes global aviation conference network focusing on commercial aviation services, tourism and travel accessibility throughout North, Central and South America and the Caribbean. The conference, which runs through Tuesday, gathers representatives from 275 airports and more than 80 airlines for three days of networking and planning that's been characterized by DIA officials as "speed dating for airlines."