Frontier Airlines yesterday celebrated the "birth" of its new regional subsidiary, Lynx Aviation, after months of delays. The first flight took place Dec. 7 from Denver to Billings aboard one of Lynx's 10 Q400s. "We can move into markets with less competition and have more opportunity to feed connecting traffic through our hub, all with a very fuel efficient aircraft that burns 30% less fuel than a comparably sized regional jet," Frontier President and CEO Sean Menke said. "We believe Lynx ...

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