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Dec 8, 2003
Frontier Airlines Launches "Quick Ascent" Program for Frequent Flyers
DENVER (Dec. 8, 2003) - Frontier Airlines (NASDAQ: FRNT) today announced that it has launched its Quick Ascent program, which allows "elite" level members of other airline's frequent flyer programs to achieve elite or "Ascent" status in Frontier's frequent flyer program, EarlyReturns. Normally, a member would be required to fly 15,000 miles to achieve Ascent status, but with the Quick Ascent program, the 15,000 mile criteria is waived.
Ascent level benefits include:
All EarlyReturns members can earn a free ticket within the U.S. at 15,000 miles, one of the most attractive redemption programs in the industry. In addition, until the end of February members can fly to Mexico for only 15,000 miles as well (normally 25,000 miles are required for travel to Mexico). There are no blackout dates for US or Mexico travel.
"We understand the value of repeat customers, and we welcome frequent flyers from all programs across the industry to join EarlyReturns and enjoy the industry's best free ticket redemption program at 15,000 miles for US and for a limited time, Mexico destinations," said Sean Menke, senior vice president of marketing. "As we continue to build our EarlyReturns program, all of our members can expect additional innovative offers and partnerships."
To learn more about the EarlyReturns program, log on to www.frontierairlines.com/earlyreturns and earn 1,500 bonus miles when you enroll online. To take advantage of the "Quick Ascent" offer, email your Early Returns number and other airline statement showing elite status for 2003 to firstname.lastname@example.org.