In another sign that Frontier Airlines has shifted from full-service airline to an ultra low-cost carrier (LCC), the Denver-based airline has revamped its frequent-flier program, moving from two elite tiers to one and cutting many benefits. The changes will go into effect next year and will allow Frontier to earn ancillary revenue even from its more lucrative customers, who will now have to pay even for checked baggage. Passengers who fly at least 20,000 miles or 25 segments annually will ...

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