RDU’s Fastest-growing Airline Is Low On Fares And Frills, But High On Complaints

DENVER, CO - JANUARY 16: A Frontier airplane taxis to a runway on the west side of Denver International Airport January 16, 2015. Frontier Airlines announced Friday that it is outsourcing over 1300 reservations and airport operations jobs in Denver and Milwaukee. (Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post)

“Frontier Airlines started flying nonstop from Raleigh-Durham International Airport to Minneapolis-St. Paul earlier this month, followed two days later by its first nonstop to Detroit. Next month, it begins offering what will be the only nonstop flights between RDU and San Diego. … The Air Line Pilots Association says Frontier’s pilots are the lowest paid in the industry, earning 40 percent less than their peers flying the same kind of planes.”

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