Within seven years, Frontier Airlines plans to double its fleet, broaden its network, lower its costs and increase market share. Frontier seeks to be the most powerful discount airline brand in America, selling the lowest fares without skimping on service, basic amenities or operational performance. There is much work to be done. Before Indigo Partners, former owner of Spirit Airlines, bought Frontier in late 2013, the airline had lost money in eight of nine years, including a ...

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