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Jul 1, 2004|
Frontier Airlines Announces New Regional Jet Service To Little Rock, Arkansas
DENVER (July 1, 2004) - Frontier Airlines (Nasdaq: FRNT) today announced plans to begin service between its Denver International Airport (DEN) hub and Little Rock National Airport (LIT) on October 10, 2004. The twice-daily service will utilize Frontier JetExpress' 70-seat CRJ-700 aircraft, operated for Frontier by Horizon Air. Via its Denver hub, Frontier's new Little Rock service will offer 19 connections to the West and connections to four Mexico destinations out of Little Rock.
Deborah Schwartz, executive director at Little Rock National Airport said, "We welcome Frontier Airlines as a valued airline partner and are pleased they will be joining our other airlines in providing quality air service to our market. Additional service to the West is something customers have been requesting, making Frontier's new non-stop jet service to Denver and beyond a very welcome addition."
"Frontier is proud to offer the only non-stop service between Denver and Little Rock," said Sean Menke, senior vice president of marketing. "Little Rock is a strong community and a great addition to our roster of destinations in the southeastern U.S., including our recent expansion into Nashville. We are confident that in conjunction with our partners at Horizon Air, Frontier JetExpress will bring a level of service to Little Rock travelers that will make it enjoyable, comfortable and affordable to fly to all of Frontier's great destinations in the West and Mexico. We look forward to a long and prosperous relationship with this proud community of the South."
Following is the Little Rock flight schedule: