Frontier Airlines' fate may be settle...

Frontier Airlines' fate may be settled by end of March

There are 4 comments on the Business Journal story from Feb 28, 2013, titled Frontier Airlines' fate may be settled by end of March. In it, Business Journal reports that:

Bryan Bedford , CEO of Republic Airways Holdings Inc. , expects his company will decide by the end of March whether to sell or spin off Frontier Airlines.

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half-pint

Hanford, CA

#1 Mar 1, 2013
SWA should buy Frontier and run the airline as a seperate entity and then set it so all SWA flights into and out of DEN can codeshare with Frontier flights. In this way SWA can down size their own presence in Denver and move their airplanes for Hawaii and international travel. In essence eliminate a competitor in much the ame way the di Airtran. Of course last time Frontier pilots got stupid and didn't want SWA, so keeping a seperate entity avoids the 'seniority' issues.
glass half full

United States

#2 Mar 1, 2013
F9 actually just another attempt for RAH to do maximum media damage to F9.

Perhaps RAH's goal all along was to undermine F9 so the can supply United Express with maximum UA codeshare embraer EJet flying once if the can bury F9 once and for all.

RAH has done it's best to undermine a whole different animal since the take over.
awcoins

Geneva, IL

#3 Apr 16, 2013
half-pint wrote:
SWA should buy Frontier and run the airline as a seperate entity and then set it so all SWA flights into and out of DEN can codeshare with Frontier flights. In this way SWA can down size their own presence in Denver and move their airplanes for Hawaii and international travel (not Europe or Asia or Australia or South America) basically Mexico and the Caribbean. In essence eliminate a competitor in much the ame way the di Airtran. Of course last time Frontier pilots got stupid and didn't want SWA, so keeping a seperate entity avoids the 'seniority' issues.
Not thinking this trough half-pint SWA can buy all the planes it needs (it does not need or want Airbus equiment) They do not really want to downsize DEN and will go to Hawaii when the right 737's are delivered and they become ETOPS ready. They could bury F9 when they want but that will not happen until after Airtran is fully merged. Plus that merger F9/SWA might draw unwanted attention from regulators especially when both are profitable
cruise pilot

Lawrenceville, GA

#4 May 21, 2013
half-pint wrote:
SWA should buy Frontier and run the airline as a seperate entity and then set it so all SWA flights into and out of DEN can codeshare with Frontier flights. In this way SWA can down size their own presence in Denver and move their airplanes for Hawaii and international travel. In essence eliminate a competitor in much the ame way the di Airtran. Of course last time Frontier pilots got stupid and didn't want SWA, so keeping a seperate entity avoids the 'seniority' issues.
This is obviously written by a Frontier pilot dreaming in color..
hahah

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