Frontier Airlines is cutting its workforce by 10%, or an estimated 100 positions, and will determine if its fleet needs to be "right-sized" in light of escalating operating costs and fuel prices. In addition, the company today was set to begin operating its new regional subsidiary Lynx after receiving final approval from the US Dept. of Transportation yesterday. "They can start flying anytime," a DOT spokesperson told ATWOnline. "Due to the extreme cost environment we are faced with, we have ...

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