Aspen officials worried Frontier will stop service

ASPEN — Officials are worried that Frontier Airlines will stop flying to Aspen.

Local airline liaison Bill Tomcich says the future of Frontier Airlines is tenuous after parent company Republic Airways reported a $15 million loss in the second quarter of this year.

According to the Aspen Daily News, officials are worried after the company said it is trying to sell its four-plane fleet of Bombardier turboprop planes, the only aircraft in Frontier’s fleet equipped to fly into Aspen’s small airport. .

A Frontier spokesman could not be reached for comment.


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