IAI reports consistent growth in Q3, some of which is attributed to major awards such as the Carmel project.
Frontier Airlines Announces Partnership With Ski.com
Frontier Airlines is excited to introduce a new online ski destination service that makes booking your dream ski vacation easier than mastering the bunny hill. The airline today announced it has teamed up with Ski.com to offer customers one-stop ski shopping through its Web site at FrontierAirlines.com or at FrontierSkiVacations.com. With Frontier Ski Vacations customers can book the complete vacation package: flight, lodging, lift tickets and more, with just one visit to the airline's Web site.
"This is just another way Frontier makes traveling to your favorite mountain destination a breeze," said Frontier Vice President of Distribution, Sales and Marketing, Jim Young. "With one-stop booking, extensive accommodation options, and the in-flight experience you've come to expect, choosing which of Frontier's eight mountain destinations you want to visit will be the most difficult part of the process."
"As the leading seller of ski vacations in North America, Ski.com is excited to welcome Frontier to the mountains and we are very proud to have been chosen to power Frontier Ski Vacations," said Harry Peisach, Ski.com president and CEO. "Ski.com's personalized customer service combined with Frontier's convenient Ski Country routes provides Frontier Ski Vacation clients a one-stop resource to book complete ski vacation packages including discount air and great deals on lodging, lift tickets, equipment rental, ski school, ground transportation and more."
With Frontier Ski Vacations customers will also have access to Ski.com's 75 experienced Mountain Vacation Specialists who have traveled to every Frontier mountain resort destination and can help customers plan their perfect vacation. Destinations include Aspen, Denver, Durango, Grand Junction and Steamboat Springs/Hayden, Colo.; Albuquerque, N.M.; Boise, Idaho; Bozeman, Mont. and Salt Lake City, Utah. Through these destinations customers will have access to 21 mountain resorts.
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