Frontier Airlines is one of the largest jet carriers of Denver International Airport with average system-wide departures and arrivals of 250 daily. Frontier Airlines was founded in 1994 by some of the executives working in another airline with the same name (Frontier Airline) that began operations in 1984 but was merged into Continental Airlines.
The former Frontier(now Continental Airlines) carried 87 million passengers over the years and was nationally recognized for its service quality and its outstanding safety record. On July 5, 1994, Frontier Airlines was launched with two Boeing 737-200s on routes linking Denver to Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks, and Minot, N.D. It started its business with only 180 employees. The major competitor of Frontier Airlines is currently Southwest Airlines as the latter also has started flying to and from Denver.
Frontier has the US’ youngest fleet of aircraft (less than two years) and consists exclusively of Airbus planes. Frontier Airlines is based in Denver, Colorado, and flies both domestically and to Mexico. Most of its flights pass through Denver, but lately, it has started offering flights from other cities.
Service features include
- Advanced seat assignments
- Electronic ticketing
- Curbside check-in
- Web check-in
Along with the above services, the airline also provides e-ticketing/online-ticketing services via the distribution systems, including Worldspan, Amadeus, Galileo, and Sabre. Frontier utilizes other means of electronic distribution, including online travel agencies, traditional travel agencies, and its own Web site.
Frontier is proud to once again be Denver’s hometown carrier with service to cities coast to coast. The Frontier airline and its employees are looking forward to continuing the tradition of legendary customer service and affordable fares in the years to come. This way Frontier Airlines is able to manage its robust relationship with its people by providing the safest carriers and transportation all over the world.