Frontier Airlines is planning to cut jobs and flights from Denver International Airport from next year. A letter from CEO Dave Siegel sent to staff details 15 flights to be cut from the airport, a decision that has been driven mainly by increased taxes and airport charges at Denver International Airport and the airline’s desire to transform into an ultra low cost carrier. Job losses will be made but Siegel states that the reductions are hoped to be achieved via retirements and natural attrition.
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