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Frontier JetExpress Discontinues St. Louis

Wed Oct 16, 2002 6:44 am

Frontier JetExpress will be discontinuing service to St. Louis after October 22.

Loads have not been meeting requirements. Frontier JetExpress will also drop it's single flight to Houston.

Frontier will be adding Oakland service and increasing Wichita service in return.,1413,36%257E33%257E925109,00.html?search=filter

On October 22, Frontier will also begin daily service to Ft. Myers, and twice daily to both Tucson and Oklahoma City. Frontier JetExpress will begin service to Oakland.

In December, Frontier will begin daily service to Cancun and twice-weekly service to Mazatlan.

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RE: Frontier JetExpress Discontinues St. Louis

Wed Oct 16, 2002 8:06 am


Oops!! This isn't not very good load as for STL and IAH as for Frontier JetExpress as for itself. It was been discontinuing with nonstop from DEN-IAH/STL flight as for while now. Later on that if they are made getting better soon as for near of the future, right? If I am wrong one as for flight to the east. So it will able begin as for nonstop from DEN-RSW, CUN. Did you know that I was there into CUN as for early January 2002. So anyway, I'd will talk with you soon. bye as for now!!



RE: Frontier JetExpress Discontinues St. Louis

Wed Oct 16, 2002 8:46 am

I guess their small STL timetable couldn't handle competition from the many AA MD-80/757 and United B737 flights for the same fare.

RE: Frontier JetExpress Discontinues St. Louis

Wed Oct 16, 2002 9:04 am

I knew it was coming, the DEN-STL market is slightly over supplemented with RJ's from United/Skywest now coming in too. I believe that was the knockout punch. I think AA is downsizing their DEN-STL ops too  Sad. Oh well, I'm tired of RJ's anyways
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RE: Frontier JetExpress Discontinues St. Louis

Wed Oct 16, 2002 9:15 am

It should be clarified that in Houston the two JetExpress flights will be replaced with a 737-300 for an increase in seats, though it is a decrease in flights.

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