Frontier Reaches 75% Of Savings Goal As Low-Cost Carrier's Losses Mount

Frontier Airlines lost $32.8 million in the second quarter, excluding taxes and special items, but parent company Republic Airways says it expects to complete by the end of September the Frontier restructuring it considers essential for the U.S. low-cost carrier’s survival. Including special items...

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