Denver and the state of Colorado are offering an incentive package aimed at preventing nearly 25% of Frontier Airlines' workforce from being relocated, while new parent Republic Airways Holdings apparently does not plan for the carrier to have a CEO. Indianapolis-based Republic, which acquired Frontier this month after winning an August bankruptcy court auction (ATWOnline, Oct. 20), has said the Denver airline will maintain its brand and operate independently. However, this week it named ...

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