Denver-based Frontier Airlines, which earlier this month announced orders for 10 Q400s as part of a plan to launch its own Regional airline subsidiary (ATWOnline, Sept. 7), is ending its codeshare agreement with Horizon Air, an Alaska Air Group subsidiary. Horizon has been operating nine CRJ700s as Frontier Jet Express since January 2004. Officials from both carriers are continuing negotiations on a timeline for winding down the partnership. Horizon said it will reintegrate the nine ...

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