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Airport still awaits good news

This time last year, the Colorado Springs Airport was making news headlines for all the wrong reasons. There was the haymaker from Frontier Airlines, which ended its service between Colorado Springs and Denver with access to its many low-fare flights out of DIA, followed by pulling out of the Springs altogether. Then came the sudden… Continue Reading Airport still awaits good news

Frontier may be airline solution

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Weeks and months are slipping by, and we’re not hearing any further news regarding the Colorado Springs Airport — in particular, the quest for more air service to and from this market. Back in June, we were told positive news was imminent. Alaska Airlines did announce plans for a daily nonstop to Seattle starting in… Continue Reading Frontier may be airline solution

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Mayor wants airport marketing consultant

Colorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach is putting out a call for an airport marketing expert. The expert ought to be familiar with strategies on marketing a regional airport in the shadow of an international airport, like Denver. City officials announced Friday that Colorado Springs airport aviation director Mark Earle was stepping down. Earle, city officials… Continue Reading Mayor wants airport marketing consultant

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Frontier Airlines to end all service out of  Colorado Springs

Frontier Airlines will stop all flights out of Colorado Springs in April. The Colorado Springs Airport was notified this week that Frontier Airlines will discontinue its service in Colorado Springs. The move follows an announcement in mid-January, when Frontier announced that it would reduce its service in an out of the Colorado Springs Airport during… Continue Reading Frontier Airlines to end all service out of Colorado Springs

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Frontier Airlines will add nonstop service to Orlando, Fla., and San Diego from Colorado Springs, and there could be more nonstop flights to major cities in the works. The airline now has seven nonstop flights from the Springs. It’s part of Frontier Airlines new business model in which the company has dubbed Colorado Springs a… Continue Reading Frontier announces flights to Orlando and San Diego, with more in the works

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Frontier lost bid for DC flight

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Frontier Airlines did not win its bid for a direct flight from Colorado Springs to Washington, D.C.’s, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The Department of Transportation awarded the limited slots into DCA to Alaska Airlines, Jet Blue, Southwest and Virgin America. “We were disappointed when we heard the news, but given the intensity of the… Continue Reading Frontier lost bid for DC flight

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Frontier Airlines expects to find out this month if it won a bid for a direct flight from Colorado Springs to Washington D.C. “We really hope that it happens,” said Andrea Tollar, Frontier Airlines director of sales. Tollar spoke to leaders in the Colorado Springs tourism industry Wednesday at the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors… Continue Reading Frontier awaiting D.C. confirmation, considering additional Springs flights

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Polly the Parrot will be the new spokes-animal for Frontier Airlines, which is based in Denver and operates flights in Colorado Springs. Frontier Airlines hosted a contest on Facebook for input on which animal should be featured on the aircraft’s tail. After two rounds of voting, the wise-cracking parrot won. “It was a tight race… Continue Reading Polly the Parrot wins Frontier Airline’s spokes-animal contest

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It has been a long-hard fought battle in the animal kingdom, but three animals have emerged as front runners in Frontier Airlines campaign to find a new “spokes-animal” for its aircraft’s tail wing. Dorris the chicken went down; Paula the pig is out; and Cammie the cow was sent to pasture. Now, in a final… Continue Reading Frontier “spokes-animal” down to three contenders

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Frontier Airlines, which has a hub in Denver and operates  flights out of Colorado Springs, made a big leap up in this year’s Airline Quality Ratings. The 22nd annual AQR report, released this week, reflects the nation’s airline performance in four categories: on-time performance; involuntary denied boardings; mishandled baggage reports; and consumer complaints. In 2011,… Continue Reading Frontier Airlines scores high in annual quality report

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