Frontier Airlines Holdings (FRNT)

Forbes  Dec 19  Comment 
My kids and I recently spent a holiday week at an all-inclusive Punta Cana resort and I didn’t spot any other single parents. All around us, families relaxed in the sun. They splashed in the waves. And they stuffed themselves with food from...
Motley Fool  Nov 7  Comment 
The aspiring ultra-low-cost carrier is following a tried and tested model.
Flightglobal  Oct 9  Comment 
Denver-based Frontier Airlines has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321.
Forbes  Sep 15  Comment 
Frontier Airlines’s “Fly for Only a Buck” campaign which launched September 2nd, gained the company attention but not all positive. The promotion which offered last minute flights from select cities across the US for only $1 generated...
Wall Street Journal  Aug 25  Comment 
Executives behind the rise of Spirit Airlines are now transforming Frontier Airlines into a Spirit copycat, part of the rapid expansion of a business model that introduces millions to lower fares, more fees.
Clusterstock  Jul 22  Comment 
The middle seat on a modern airliner is generally not your best choice. It possesses neither the freedom of the aisle nor the privacy of the window.  However, one airline is giving flyers in the middle seat something to cheer...  Jul 14  Comment 
Passengers in the middle seat are getting a little more wiggle room on some Frontier Airlines flights.
New York Times  May 13  Comment 
The chief executive of Frontier Airlines, David Siegel, has resigned for personal reasons and been replaced by the carrier’s chairman and president.
Wall Street Journal  May 13  Comment 
Frontier Airlines said its CEO Dave Siegel resigned for personal reasons, a management shake-up that poses another challenge for the Denver-based airline that’s trying to reinvent itself as an ultradiscount carrier.


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Denver-based Frontier Airlines Holdings, Inc. (FRNT) - parent company of Frontier Airlines - announced Friday that it is has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing unexpected problems with its credit card processor.

Frontier said it would continue normal business operations - operating its full schedule of flights and maintain employee wages, healthcare, vacation and other benefits.

But its principal credit card processor - which remained nameless - unexpectedly informed the company that significant proceeds from ticket sales would be withheld beginning last Friday. This was going to put severe restrictions on the company and prevent it from continuing normal operations


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