Frontier to cut workforce by 10%

12/7/2007 | Air Transport World · Denver Post, The

Frontier Airlines says it will cut about 100 positions in an effort to offset climbing fuel and operating costs. "Due to the extreme cost environment we are faced with, we have elected to make several decisions to position the airline for long-term viability," Frontier President and CEO Sean Menke said. "We are also evaluating our fleet size and future aircraft deliveries to ensure the fleet is 'right-sized' to endure this difficult cost environment."

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