Frontier Airlines Issues Travel Advisory for Customers Impacted by Hurricane Sandy Airline allows passengers to change travel plans and waive change fees for travel to, from and through Frontier locations in the Northeast Business Wire DENVER -- October 26, 2012 Due to the projected impact of Hurricane Sandy in the Northeast, Frontier Airlines today issued its flexible policy for travel to, from or through Allentown, Pa. (ABE), Harrisburg, Pa. (MDT), Newport News, Va. (PHF), New York, N.Y. (LGA), Philadelphia, Pa. (PHL), and Washington, D.C. (DCA). This policy applies to customers scheduled to travel Oct. 29 - 31, 2012, who purchased their tickets on or before Oct. 26, 2012. Customers may make one itinerary change. Rules and restrictions regarding standard change fees, advance purchase, day or time applications, blackouts, and minimum or maximum stay requirements have been waived. Origin and destination cities must remain the same. Changes must be made by midnight, Oct. 31, 2012, and travel completed by Nov. 7, 2012. For more information or to check the status of a flight, please visit FlyFrontier.com. To make a change to a reservation, please call 1-800-432-1359. About Frontier Airlines Frontier Airlines is a wholly owned subsidiary of Republic Airways Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: RJET), an airline holding company that also owns Chautauqua Airlines, Republic Airlines and Shuttle America. Currently in its 19^th year of operations, Frontier offers service to more than 80 destinations in the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. The airline employs 4,500 aviation professionals, operating from its hub at Denver International Airport. For in-depth information on Frontier Airlines and to book tickets, visit FlyFrontier.com. Contact: Frontier Airlines Lindsey Carpenter, 720-374-4560 email@example.com
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