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February 24, 2010

Frontier to End San Jose Flights

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Written by: Mark Hsiung
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Frontier's "Jack Rabbit" A319 departs Las Vegas N940FR Photo by John Klos

Frontier’s Jack Rabbit A319 (N940FR) at McCarran Las Vegas (LAS). (Photo by John Klos)

Frontier Airlines is planning to end their two daily flights between San Jose and Denver while expanding service between Denver and San Francisco.

David Vossbrink, a spokesman for San Jose’s Mineta Airport, cited dropping passenger figures as the source of Frontier’s difficulty.

Frontier accounts for about 1% of San Jose’s commercial operations. May 14th is Frontier’s last day in San Jose.



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