Frontier Airlines Holdings said its Lynx Aviation regional subsidiary will not receive US FAA certification in time to fly by the originally scheduled launch date of Oct. 1 (ATWOnline, July 4). The company assured Frontier Airlines customers flying to Lynx destinations that they would not be affected by the delay. It also said it expects pre-operating expenses attributable to Lynx will total around $8 million in the third fiscal quarter ending Dec. 31.
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