Denver-based Frontier Airlines has agreed to a flow-through program for Trans States Airlines (TSA) pilots, giving the mainline carrier feed for its aggressive expansion plans, while the regional carrier gets a benefit to help it attract more pilot applicants. The deal paves the way for TSA pilots to flow up to Frontier as first officers in as little as two years. “With forecasted retirements, it's no secret that the demand for highly qualified pilots will grow over the next ...

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