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Sep 22, 1998|
Frontier Airlines Announces "Freeway Flyer" Service
DENVER (Sept. 22, 1998) - - Frontier Airlines (Nasdaq: FRNT) today announced its new ``FreeWay Flyer'' service, which will enable Frontier passengers to utilize complimentary, non-stop ground transportation between Boulder, Colo., and Denver International Airport.
Beginning Nov. 1, Frontier's FreeWay Flyer service will provide six daily departures between the Regal Harvest House in Boulder and Level 5 at Denver International Airport. Each FreeWay Flyer bus will hold approximately 46 passengers.
"Our FreeWay Flyer service will enable Frontier customers who live in Boulder and surrounding areas to utilize complimentary, non-stop ground transportation to Frontier flights at DIA," said Jeff Potter, vice president of marketing. "This is just one more way to give the Colorado community the opportunity to experience Frontier's competitive fares and legendary Spirit of the West service."
In order to utilize Frontier's FreeWay Flyer service, customers must hold a Frontier Airlines ticket. Ground transportation is estimated to take approximately one hour and passengers utilizing this amenity should check in at the Regal Harvest House one hour prior to bus departure time. Limited, free parking will be available at the Regal Harvest House in Boulder. Customers returning to Boulder will depart from Frontier's Gate 34 on the A Concourse at DIA for the return trip to Regal Harvest House. Frontier's FreeWay Flyer schedule is listed below: