Frontier Airlines

Frontier Airlines to Outsource 1,300 workers

Frontier Airlines to Outsource 1,300 workers

On Friday, Frontier Airlines announced that it will outsource around 1,300 employees. This move in which the employees will be replaced with contract workers will affect around a third of the carrier's total workforce.

It is said that the airline's outsourcing will look around 1,160 jobs in Denver and another 140 in Mikwaukee. The company also unveiled that it plans to outsource the jobs in Mikwaukee to a privately held company based in Nashville.

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Quadriplegic Refused on Flight Home

Quadriplegic Refused on Flight Home

Frontier Airlines recently apologized for refusing a quadriplegic passenger to fly from Dallas to Denver because of safety concerns. John Morris is a 24-year-old quadriplegic college student who was involved in a life changing snowboard accident nearly 5 years ago.

Traveling from Dallas back home, John was asked to be removed from the flight because the pilot was concerned with his safety. However, he has flown with the airlines before, always having to use seatbelt extensions.

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