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Jul 21, 2005
Frontier Airlines Reports Results of Association of Flight Attendants Union Vote
DENVER (July 21, 2005) - Frontier Airlines (Nasdaq: FRNT) today announced its flight attendants have voted against union representation by the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA)/Communications Workers of America (CWA). Of 744 eligible flight attendants, 320 votes were cast for representation by AFA and eight votes were cast for other representation. A total of 373 (50 percent + 1) votes were needed to organize. This is the fourth time Frontier flight attendants have voted against representation by AFA. The votes were counted on Thursday, July 21, 2005.
"We are very pleased with today's election results," said Frontier President and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Potter. "With the election behind us, we look forward to building on the strong relationship we have with our flight attendants; maintaining direct and open communication with all of our employee groups; and continuing to deliver on the promise we have made to our customers to be 'A whole different animal'. I want to thank our flight attendants for once again providing us the opportunity to address their concerns directly, without third-party intervention, so that we can jointly decide what is best for the future success of our company. In addition, I thank them for their professionalism during the election process and for their on-going dedication to providing the best customer service in the industry."