July 22, 2017 3:26 PM ET

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Company Overview of Frontier Airlines, Inc.

Company Overview

Frontier Airlines, Inc. operates low-cost airlines. The company provides online booking, corporate discount, and charter services. Additionally, it offers frontier and gift cards. The company was founded in 1994 and is based in Denver, Colorado. Frontier Airlines, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Frontier Group Holdings, Inc.

7001 Tower Road

Frontier Center One

Denver, CO 80249

United States

Founded in 1994

Phone:

720-374-4200

Fax:

720-374-4621

Key Executives for Frontier Airlines, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Age: 45
Vice President of Finance
Interim Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Flight Operations
Age: 66
Chairman, President, CEO & Director of Republic Airways Holdings, Inc
Age: 55
Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Age: 50
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Frontier Airlines, Inc. Key Developments

U.S. Department of Transportation Fines Frontier Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta Air Lines for Violating the Department's Airline Consumer Protections Rules

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) fined Frontier Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta Air Lines for violating the Department's airline consumer protections rules. DOT fined Frontier Airlines $400,000 for violating the Department's oversales and disability rules, American Airlines $250,000 for failing to make timely refunds to passengers, and Delta Air Lines $200,000 for filing inaccurate baggage reports to the Department. The Department found that Frontier failed to seek volunteers before bumping passengers involuntarily, failed to provide bumped passengers the required written notice describing their rights, and failed to provide proper compensation to passengers in a timely manner, in violation of DOT rules. In addition, Frontier failed to provide passengers with a disability prompt and adequate wheelchair assistance in enplaning and deplaning aircraft and moving within the terminal, and did not adequately respond to complaints filed by passengers with disabilities. The Department found that American failed to process refund requests in a timely manner, in violation of DOT rules. Delta was fined for underreporting to the Department the number of mishandled baggage reports it received from passengers. The underreporting made Delta's ranking in the Department's Air Travel Consumer Report seem better than it was at various times.

Frontier Airlines Inc. to Launch New Flights to 9 Cities from Miami

Frontier Airlines Inc. taking Miami International Airport into new territory with flights to nine cities - five of which are not served by any other carrier at the airport. The company announced its expansion at MIA and the return seasonal flights starting in October 2017. From MIA, Frontier will fly to Buffalo, New York three times a week; Cincinnati three times a week; Cleveland three times a week; Detroit daily; Islip, New York daily; Milwaukee daily; Providence, Rhode Island daily; San Juan, Puerto Rico daily and Trenton, New Jersey daily. Frontier will also bring back seasonal flights from Miami to Chicago daily, Las Vegas daily, New York City daily and Philadelphia daily though Nov. 10. Beginning in December, the airline will also host a seasonal service to Atlanta. As Frontier expands at MIA, it will cease operations at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) later this year. The airline is increasing its presence at an airport where Miramar-based ultra-low-cost competitor Spirit Airlines Inc. does not have any flights. The new flights will bring Frontier's total number of Miami routes to 15.

Frontier Launches Nonstop Service from CVG to Six New Cities

Frontier Airlines will launch service to six, new, mostly warm-weather destinations this fall in a massive expansion of its offerings from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. With the new routes, local travelers will be able to fly directly to Miami; Austin; San Antonio; Seattle; Jacksonville, Fla. and Raleigh-Durham, N.C. With the new routes, Frontier will operate nonstop flights to 22 cities from CVG, the second-largest airline in at CVG in terms of the number of direct flights it offers.

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