Frontier Airlines CEO David Siegel resigned this week, citing personal reasons. Frontier announced that Siegel’s duties would be spilt by chairman Bill Franke, who will handle strategy and finance, and president Barry Biffle, who will oversee day-to-day operations. Siegel, a former US Airways CEO, was a holdover from Denver-based Frontier’s previous owner, Republic Airways Holdings. Franke’s Indigo Group acquired Frontier in late 2013 and Siegel, who had been named ...

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