Frontier Airlines Expands Alaska Service and Adds Denver Flights to Nine More Destinations

Frontier Turns Up the Summer Heat With Added Flights to Nashville, Milwaukee, Reno, Three More California Frequencies, and More …

DENVER, May 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Frontier Airlines (NASDAQ:FRNT) , which recently resumed seasonal service to Anchorage, will expand its service between its Denver International Airport (DEN) hub and Anchorage International Airport (ANC), adding a second daily non-stop flight on June 19 and extending its Alaska travel season past September 2005 to January 3, 2006. In total, Frontier will increase frequency to ten of its most popular destinations to meet growing demand for travel during the peak summer season. The newly added flights will be aboard Frontier’s new all-Airbus A319 and A318 fleet, which feature 24 channels of LiveTV as well as three choices of first-run pay-per-view movies, 33 inches of legroom, and as always, outstanding customer service.

Frontier’s Alaska changes are as follows:

* Anchorage (ANC): Seasonal service resumed May 8, 2005 and will run
until Jan. 3, 2006. A second flight will be added from June 19, 2005
to Aug. 13, 2005. The last return flight leaves ANC on 14 August.

Frontier’s frequency increases will include the following:

Beginning June 26:

* Denver to/from Reno (RNO) from one mainline flight to two.
* Denver to/from San Jose from one regional jet (RJ) flight, operated by
Horizon Air as Frontier JetExpress, and two mainline flights to one RJ
and three mainline flights, for a new total of four flights.

Beginning July 4:

* Denver to/from Nashville (BNA) from two flights to three.
* Denver to/from San Francisco (SFO) from five flights to six.

Beginning July 10:

* Denver to/from Dallas (DFW) from five flights to six.
* Denver to/from St. Louis (STL) from three flights to four.

Beginning July 24:

* Denver to/from Milwaukee (MKE) from two flights to three.
* Denver to/from Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) from three flights to four.
* Denver to/from Sacramento (SMF) from three flights to four.

“Based upon our success last year and strong Summer bookings for 2005, a second flight to Alaska and an extension of our season there will help meet surging demand,” said Jeff Potter, president and CEO. “In addition, capitalizing on the strong traffic that we have seen over the past few months, we are eager to offer greater frequency to some of our most popular cities this summer. With the additional frequencies and new service announced to the Cleveland area (Akron/Canton), Detroit, San Antonio, and Tulsa, Frontier is looking forward to its busiest summer yet offering travelers additional chances to enjoy one of the country’s youngest fleets while flying to their favorite destinations.”

To make a reservation, customers may visit Frontier’s Web sit at, contact Frontier Airlines at 1-800-4321-FLY, or consult their professional travel agent.

About Frontier

Currently in its 11th year of operations, Denver-based Frontier Airlines is the second largest jet service carrier at Denver International Airport with a fleet of 45 aircraft and employing approximately 4,550 aviation professionals. Frontier, in conjunction with Frontier JetExpress operated by Horizon Air, operates routes linking our Denver hub to 44 destinations in 25 states spanning the nation from coast-to-coast and to five cities in Mexico. Frontier’s maintenance and engineering department has received the Federal Aviation Administration’s highest award, the Diamond Certificate of Excellence, in recognition of 100 percent of its maintenance and engineering employees completing advanced aircraft maintenance training programs, for six consecutive years. In July 2004, Frontier ranked as one of the “Top 10 Domestic Airlines” as determined by readers of Travel + Leisure magazine. Frontier provides capacity information and other operating statistics on its Web site, which may be viewed at

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