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May 21, 2004|
Frontier Airlines to Begin New Service to Philadelphia, Spokane and Billings
DENVER (May 21, 2004) - Frontier Airlines (Nasdaq: FRNT) will begin new service between its Denver International Airport (DEN) hub and Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), Billings Logan International Airport (BIL) and Spokane International Airport (GEG) this Sunday, May 23, 2004. In addition, Frontier will also fly its first-ever transcontinental flight this Sunday between Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Philadelphia. The new service between Denver and Philadelphia will offer two daily non-stops and the Los Angeles to Philadelphia service will offer one daily non-stop, both on Frontier's new Airbus A319 aircraft, with 33 inches of legroom and 24 channels of LiveTV. The service from Denver to Billings and Spokane will utilize Frontier JetExpress' 70-seat CRJ-700 aircraft with two daily non-stops to both destinations.
"This Sunday will be another watershed day in Frontier's history as we launch three new cities that add great depth to both our regional jet (RJ) and mainline service," said Jeff Potter, President and CEO. "The Philadelphia airport has made national headlines recently and we are proud to bring our own brand of value fares to this vibrant market, with a product that will be a first for Philadelphians including new Airbus aircraft with 33 inches of legroom, 24 channels of LiveTV and what is fast becoming legendary customer service. On the same day we are also launching two exciting new RJ routes from Denver to Spokane and Billings on our Frontier JetExpress service, operated by our great partner Horizon Air. Our thanks go out to each of these new cities and their airports for providing us the opportunity to serve them, and of course to our employees whose tireless efforts to bring the best to our customers gives us the confidence to tackle this critical expansion."
Following are Philadelphia, Spokane and Billings flight schedules: