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Misused Aviation Terms, Part 1: Airlines and Accidents

Posted March 30, 2017 by Phil Derner Jr.

Many terms are thrown around, whether it be by avgeeks, the news media or general public, that have official definitions aside from what is socially thought.

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CLOSED: Winter Storm Stella Takes Aim at Northeastern US and Eastern Canada

Posted March 12, 2017 by NYCAviation Staff

Winter Storm Stella is taking aim at the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada early this week. We’ll have your latest updates on the storm and its impact on air travel here.

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ANALYSIS: Could Spirit be looking to merge with Frontier?

Posted January 11, 2016 by Zina Aziz

Following last week’s abrupt departure of Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza, ZIna Aziz explores whether the airline’s future could include a merger with Frontier Airlines.

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Frontier’s new A321s will look even better once they are adorned with their own special animal tail flashes. ©Airbus S.A.S. 2010 Computer Rendering by FIXION - GWLNSD
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Frontier Adds to the Herd with Order of Nine Airbus A321 Aircraft

Posted November 24, 2014 by David Lynn

Frontier Airlines is continuing their development into an ultra-low cost carrier with their order of nine Airbus A321 aircraft.

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Frontier’s New Livery: A Tribute to the Past, Present and Future

Posted September 9, 2014 by Sarina Houston

Frontier Airlines today unveiled a new livery that pays homage to its history, commitment to its customers and desire to move forward.

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Indigo Partners Buys Frontier Airlines

Posted December 5, 2013 by Mark Lawrence

Private investor group Indigo partners has finalized its purchase of Denver-based Frontier Airlines.

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The last Frontier A318, taking off from Phoenix . Credit: Jeremy D. Dando
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Final Airbus A318 Operated By A North American Airline Retired

Posted August 21, 2013 by Jason Rabinowitz

The Airbus A318 can be thought of as the black sheep of the Airbus family. With a grand total of only 79 airframes built, the A318 program was simply not meant to be. Earlier this month, the final A318 based in North America, belonging to Frontier Airlines, has been retired at the young age of […]

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Final Call: Elderly Woman Sues TSA Over Strip Search, Delta Plane Searched for Explosives

Posted December 4, 2011 by Phil Derner Jr.

An 85-year-old lady sues the TSA after being strip searched, Frontier Airlines has a long and frightening road ahead, Mars Curiosity is doing A-Ok and more…

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The Premium Economy Question: Is it Worth It?

Posted November 22, 2011 by Edward Russell

Several US airlines now offer customers a Premium Economy option with more legroom and amenities. Do passengers think it’s a good value? And is it effective for the airlines’ bottom line? Columnist Edward Russell investigates.

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Discount Airlines Betting Big in Las Vegas

Posted August 23, 2011 by Dan Landson

Several low cost carriers are banking on an economic turnaround in Las Vegas, home of the highest unemployment rate in the nation.

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