Frontier Airlines is bracing for another round of cuts, with plans to reduce capacity 17% from September to March 2009, the Associated Press reported. The carrier, which declared bankruptcy in April, will cut seven more Airbus narrowbodies from its fleet on top of the four A318s/A319s it agreed to sell in the spring (ATWOnline, March 24). Prior to the sale of those aircraft, it operated a fleet of 60 A318s/A319s. Its regional subsidiary Lynx operates 10 Q400s. CEO Sean Menke said the cuts ...

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