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Frontier heads back to the 'Last Frontier'

9th May 2009 - 22:20 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


Frontier Airlines has returned Alaska, having begun seasonal service from Denver International Airport (DEN) to Anchorage International Airport (ANC) on 8 May 2009, with one daily nonstop flight. The airline originally began service to Anchorage in May 2004.

"Anchorage has always been special for us because it offers our customers such a unique destination experience," said Frontier president and CEO Sean Menke. "And we provide a unique flying experience for our customer with our AirFairs product and commitment to customer service. Plus, it's only fitting to have an airline named Frontier providing air service to one of our country's last frontiers."

The Denver–Anchorage leg departs from DEN at 18:10 and arrives at ANC at 21:47. The return flight leaves ANC at 22:55 and arrives at DEN at 06:03 the following morning. The service is currently scheduled to run until 21 September 2009.

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