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Frontier Airlines Rolls Out Extra Fees

April 28, 2014

Bargain hunters could find themselves paying more to fly after low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines said it would start charging extra for carry-on bags.
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Frontier Buyer Cites Global Appeal For LCCs

October 2, 2013

Airline pioneer William Franke is looking to bring more low airfares to the US, with his firm, Indigo Partners, agreeing to purchase Frontier Airlines from Republic Airways.
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Republic Airways To Sell Frontier For USD$145 Mln.

October 1, 2013

Republic Airways Holdings said on Tuesday it would sell Frontier Airlines to private equity firm Indigo Partners in a deal valued at about USD$145 million.
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Republic In Preliminary Deal To Sell Frontier

July 26, 2013

Republic Airways said it has reached a non-binding deal to sell its Frontier unit, sparking a rise in its shares.
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Republic Air Says Still Working To Shed Frontier

April 30, 2013

Republic Airways said on Tuesday it still plans to shed its Frontier unit by June or July, depending on whether a sale agreement is reached.
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US Airline Complaints Up Despite Improvements

April 9, 2013

Consumer complaints against US airlines rose sharply in 2012, even as the carriers claimed a better record of on-time arrivals and luggage handling.
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FAA Looking Into Airborne Harlem Shake

March 1, 2013

A sky-high video of the Internet dance craze Harlem Shake that went viral on YouTube has captured the attention of US aviation officials who said on Friday they are looking into the event over safety concerns.
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Republic Expects Better Results At Frontier

August 1, 2012

Republic Airways said it expects the restructuring of its Frontier unit to pay off in improved results for the current third quarter.
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Republic Air Looks To Sell Frontier Airlines

November 9, 2011

Republic Airways said on Tuesday that it will look to separate its Frontier unit and would consider a sale or spin-off.
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Frontier To Cut 213 Jobs As Services Cut

September 26, 2011

Frontier Airlines plans to lay off more than 200 workers in November as the carrier dramatically reduces service to Milwaukee airport.
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Detroit Sept 11 Airline Passengers No Threat: FBI

September 12, 2011

Three airline passengers questioned after their "suspicious activity" prompted a military fighter jet escort into Detroit airport on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks have been released without charges, the FBI said on Monday.
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Military Jets Escort Flights Over Security Scares

September 12, 2011

US military jets were scrambled to escort two passenger airline flights on Sunday because of security scares, as Americans marked the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
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