As a result of changes issued by the FAA to Standard Terminal Arrival Routes at Denver International Airport, air traffic controllers will have to put more distance between arriving passenger jets, resulting in increased delays and fuel burn, according to the controllers' local union president. Frontier Airlines says the move will likely mean "temporary additional costs," but should not affect passengers. An FAA spokesman said that the changes were made to streamline operations.

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