Frontier Airlines reached a four-year tentative labor agreement with the Frontier Airline Pilots Assn. that union President Jeffrey Thomas said "provides significant improvement to our pilots' retirement benefits, preserves our scheduling and work rules and improves the job protections our pilots have earned." The carrier said it expects pilot approval in mid-February and that the agreement will take effect "around" March 1.

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