Frontier Airlines News Stories

Airbus Racks Up More A321XLR Orders In Paris

June 19, 2019

Airbus regained its Paris Air Show momentum on Wednesday, with the newly launched A321XLR extra long ranger attracting more interest.

Airbus Delivers 100th US-made A320

December 11, 2018

Airbus has delivered the 100th production aircraft from its Mobile, Alabama assembly plant, an A320neo for Frontier Airlines.

Frontier Airlines Pilots Seek End To Mediation

April 30, 2018

The ALPA pilot union at low cost carrier Frontier Airlines has petitioned US federal mediators to release it from mediation, potentially starting a process that could lead to a strike.

US Airlines Improved On-Time, Bump Rates In 2017

February 8, 2018

US airlines improved their on-time performance last year and reduced their bumping rates to the lowest level since 1995, according to US Department of Transportation figures.

Indigo Partners Firms Up 430 Airbus A320neo Order

December 28, 2017

Airbus has firmed up an agreement to sell 430 A320neo-family aircraft to US investment company Indigo Partners in a deal worth USD$49.5 billion at list prices.

Hundreds Of Flights Cancelled As Winter Storm Hits Atlanta

December 8, 2017

Delta Air Lines has cancelled 625 flights from its Atlanta hub for Friday as a winter storm hit the region dumping up to three inches of snow.

Airbus Agrees 430 Aircraft Deal With Indigo Partners

November 15, 2017

Indigo Partners has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Airbus for 430 A320neo-family aircraft in a deal worth USD$49.5 billion at list prices.

Frontier To Double Route Network

July 18, 2017

US low cost carrier Frontier Airlines will double its route network over the next year as it adds 21 new cities to its schedule.

US Airlines Improve On-time and Cancellation Rates

February 14, 2017

The US Department of Transportation has released its air travel report for 2016, showing the lowest rate of flight cancellations in 22 years.

US Awards Routes To Cuba As First Flight Arrives

August 31, 2016

The US Department of Transportation announced the selection of airlines for scheduled flights to Havana as the first scheduled service arrived in Cuba.