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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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Letters of support for a nonstop flight from Colorado Springs to Washington, D.C., are pouring into the Colorado Springs Airport. The letters will be forwarded to the U.S. Department of Transportation, who has the final say on incoming and outgoing flights into Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, one of the few airports in the country… Continue Reading Colorado Springs supports Frontier’s plan for nonstop flight to D.C.

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Frontier Airlines is changing its flying strategy, and Colorado Springs’ business community stands to be a winner in its new plan. Continue Reading Frontier plan could boost Colo. Springs airline activity

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Frontier to lay off 100 people in Denver

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Frontier Airlines says it’s cutting 100 jobs in Denver in the next few weeks and 120 positions at its Milwaukee hub in January. Airline spokesman Peter Kowalchuk says most cuts in Denver will come through attrition. Some employees have also been asked if they’d be willing to move from full- to part-time work. Frontier is… Continue Reading Frontier to lay off 100 people in Denver

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Frontier Airlines could soon be up for sale. Its current owner, Republic Airways, says it’s hiring advisers to look at selling Frontier, or spinning it off to current Republic shareholders. In any case, it expects to separate Frontier from its other business. Frontier has been losing money. Republic has been turning around the airline’s finances… Continue Reading Republic Airways looking into split with Frontier

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Frontier stays – Midwest name exits

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The Midwest Airlines name is going away. Republic Airways Holdings Inc. owns both Midwest and Frontier Airlines. It says it will begin using the Frontier name for the operations of both carriers. Republic CEO Bryan Bedford says the Frontier brand is associated with low fares, and the Midwest name is not. Midwest was based in… Continue Reading Frontier stays – Midwest name exits

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Frontier ends Denver-Grand Junction flight

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Frontier Airlines has ended its Denver-Grand Junction flights effective today. Officials said the route, which was created about 16 months ago, was not as popular as expected. About 3,250 passengers boarded for the route last month. United Airlines still offers daily nonstop flights between Denver and Grand Junction.

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