Despite a series of public-relations disasters in recent years, Frontier Airlines, which portrays itself as Denver’s hometown carrier, is finally making money again after a bankruptcy ten years ago. But not nearly enough of it is coming to Frontier’s pilots, the most underpaid in the industry by a wide margin. After years of fruitless negotiations, they’re ready to strike right now, on the cusp of the busy summer travel season. Not that walking a picket line is their preferred course of action.
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