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Jul 5, 1999|
Frontier Airlines Celebrates Five Years of Service
DENVER (July 5, 1999) -- ; Frontier Airlines (Nasdaq: FRNT ) today celebrates five years of service. Since the airline first took flight, on July 5, 1994, nearly 5.8 million passengers have benefited from Frontier's service.
"Looking back over the past five years, the lessons learned and the challenges overcome are evident," said Frontier President Sam Addoms. "Although five years typically marks the time when an airline is no longer considered a start-up, we plan to continue operating with the same enthusiasm and tenacity that brought us to this point. This plan includes continuing to grow in a moderate way and improving our product by focusing on the most important elements of our business: Our employees and our customers."
Warnecke began his finance career as a staff accountant for Illinois-based McGaldrey, Hendrickson, a regional Certified Public Accounting firm. He also served as controller for Florida-based Carver Enterprises. In 1982, he became chief financial officer of Helm Corporation where he performed all financial, accounting and human resource duties. From 1993-1997, Warnecke served as president of Denver-based Zig Zag Company, a commercial demolition company. In 1997, Warnecke became president of Integrated Management Company where his duties included managing two actively traded hedge funds.