Step-by-Step With the Lynx
- The airline's first turboprop plane was promised in May but is now expected in June or July. As a result, its first flights will start around September instead of in July.
- Lynx now employs about 60. By the end of the year, it plans to employ about 400 and operate about 70 daily flights.
- [Tom] Nunn also has plans for the company to do contract flying and other work for other carriers, expanding parent company Frontier Airlines Holdings' profile to a broader national operation. That would make Lynx a regional carrier for other airlines, much like SkyWest is for United Airlines' United Express operation.
- Lynx has approvals to do contract work and is doing ground work for Horizon Air in Tulsa.