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Frontier Airlines Names Interim Leader at Lynx Aviation
Frontier Airlines today announced that Cameron Kenyon, the company's Vice President of Flight Operations has been named interim President of Denver-based regional airline Lynx Aviation, effective Nov. 21. Lynx is a subsidiary of Frontier Airlines Holdings, Inc. and operates feeder service for Frontier. Kenyon replaces Tom Nunn, who resigned as Lynx President in early November.
"Cam has had a tremendous career with Frontier," said Sean Menke, Frontier President and CEO, "so moving him to the top leadership post at Lynx was a natural for me. His background as a pilot and Chief Pilot and then as Vice President of Flight Operations at Frontier gives Cam an ideal perspective on running our regional operation."
Kenyon joined Frontier in 2000 as a pilot. He served as Director of Flight and Training Standards prior to being named Chief Pilot. He was promoted to Vice President of Flight Operations in 2007. Kenyon holds a JD degree from the University of Colorado School of Law and practiced law in Colorado for several years. Prior to receiving his JD, he graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and served in the U.S. Navy as an instructor pilot.
"It has been an honor for me to work with everyone in Flight Operations," Kenyon said. "At the same time, I am excited about the opportunity to serve with the professionals at Lynx, and to help a relatively young regional airline grow its customer base and increase its value to Frontier," Kenyon said. "It is a challenge that I look forward to."
Lynx Aviation was formed by Frontier Airlines Holdings in September 2006, and began its feeder service from the Rocky Mountain Region into Denver in December 2007.
About Frontier Airlines Holdings, Inc.
Frontier Airlines Holdings, Inc. is the parent company of Denver-based Frontier Airlines. Currently in its 15th year of operations, Frontier Airlines is the second-largest jet service carrier at Denver International Airport, employing more than 5,000 aviation professionals. Frontier Airlines' mainline operation has 54 aircraft with one of the youngest Airbus fleets in North America. Frontier Airlines' mainline operations offer 24 channels of DIRECTV® service in every seatback along with a comfortable all-coach configuration. In conjunction with a fleet of ten Bombardier Q400 aircraft operated by Lynx Aviation (a subsidiary of Frontier Airlines Holdings, Inc.), Frontier offers routes to more than 50 destinations in the U.S., Mexico, Canada and Costa Rica. In November 2006, Frontier and AirTran announced a first-of-its-kind integrated marketing partnership that offers travelers the ability to reach more than 80 destinations across four countries with low fares aboard two of the youngest fleets in the industry. For more in-depth information on Frontier Airlines, please visit its Web site at http://frontierairlines.com/.
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