Frontier Airlines chose Republic Airlines to operate 17 76-seat E-170s starting in March. Scheduling and marketing of the new service will be done by Frontier, which will pay for capacity at a pre-determined rate. The last of the aircraft will be flying by December 2008. Last September, Frontier ended its codeshare agreement with Horizon Air, which operated nine CRJ700s for the Denver-based carrier (ATWOnline, Sept. 21, 2006). "While we enjoyed a great relationship with. . .Horizon, we are ...

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