Frontier Airlines, Inc. (A)

Case Solution

Michael R. Vitale
Harvard Business School ()

Frontier, once a relatively small regional carrier, expanded rapidly after deregulation of the airline industry. By 1982 it found further growth difficult, due in part to its rivals’ aggressiveand, according to Frontier, unfairuse of their computer reservations systems. Describes Frontier’s current systems and its strategy for future systems. Frontier Airlines, Inc. (B) provides a followup.

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