Frontier requests face time with FAA

09/20/2007 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

Frontier Airlines wants to meet with FAA officials in order to speed up certification of its new turboprop subsidiary, Lynx Aviation. "If we're in the same room talking, we can solve some issues more quickly," said a Frontier spokesman. The FAA said there isn't any issue in particular holding up the airline's certification to fly Q400 propeller-driven planes.

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