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Jul 5, 2001|
Frontier Airlines Celebrates Seven Years of Service
DENVER (July 5, 2001) - Frontier Airlines (Nasdaq: FRNT) today celebrates seven years of operations. Decorated ticket counters and gates at the airline's Denver hub will greet passengers as Frontier employees continue the airline's tradition of serving customers homemade cookies as they prepare to board flights. In addition, passengers on Frontier flights will receive commemorative postcards.
"Frontier has seen tremendous growth and challenges this year with the arrival of our first owned Airbus A319, the successful introduction of EarlyReturns, our frequent flyer program, and the addition of two new destinations to our route map, Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington DC and Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport," said Frontier President Sam Addoms. "We wouldn't have made it this far without the dedication and hard work of all Frontier employees, who should be very proud of their accomplishments this year, and throughout Frontier's history. We look forward to serving many more customers and celebrating many more birthdays to come."
Listed below are comparisons between the airline's operation in 1994 and 2001.