Brett Jacobson Named Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport City Manager;
Greg Hurt Named Transportation Center Manager, Boulder
Denver (Oct. 12, 1998) -- ; Frontier Airlines (Nasdaq: FRNT ) has named Brett
Jacobson as Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport city manager and Greg
Hurt as manager of its transportation center at Boulder.
Jacobson will be based at Minneapolis/St.Paul International Airport and succeeds Kevin Pederson,
who was recently promoted to senior manager, station operations. Jacobson brings three years of
Frontier experience to his new position, including his most recent assignment as customer service
supervisor at Denver International Airport. Jacobson's new responsibilities will include overall
supervision of Frontier's operations at Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport.
Director Customer Service and Station Operations Red Barringer said, "Brett's past experience
as a customer service agent, customer service coordinator, and most recently, as customer service
supervisor made him an outstanding choice for the position of Minneapolis/St. Paul city manager."
Hurt is assuming a newly created position in Boulder as transportation center manager. Hurt's
career with Frontier began in 1996 as a customer service agent in Omaha, Neb. He brings 13 years of
travel industry experience to his new position, which will include overseeing the new FreeWay Flyer
bus service between Boulder, Colo. and Denver International Airport. Frontier's FreeWay Flyer
service debuts November 1 and was created to utilize a complimentary, non-stop ground
transportation link between Boulder and Denver International Airport for any Frontier customer.
"Greg will be accepting a new challenge for Frontier as a manager of our FreeWay Flyer
service. He brings significant hotel management and airline experience to this position and he will
be a natural at his new duties located in the Regal Harvest House Hotel," said Barringer.
Denver-based Frontier Airlines commenced operations on July 5, 1994. The airline currently serves
16 cities coast to coast with a fleet of 14 Boeing 737 jets and has approximately 1,100 employees.
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