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Frontier Airlines Beefs Up Destinations In Anticipation of IPO

Frontier Airlines Beefs Up Destinations In Anticipation of IPO

Frontier Airlines is a low-cost carrier based in Denver, Colorado, and its biggest hub is at Denver International Airport. But the airline, which was started in 1994, announced Tuesday that they will expand to 21 new destinations and add 85 new routes.
The move comes as the company prepares for its initial public offering, according to the Denver Post Tuesday. Frontier will offer the second largest number of destinations from the Denver airport. The airline competes with United Airlines and Southwest Airlines, both of whom run large hubs in Denver.
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