Frontier to reduce its gates at DIA |

Frontier to reduce its gates at DIA

DENVER ” Frontier Airlines Inc. will reduce the number of gates it uses as it leases space at Denver International Airport.

Airport officials and the airline praised the move, saying it shows Frontier is committed to Denver as the company goes through restructuring. Frontier filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in April.

The new agreement means Frontier will have 17 gates on Concourse A, as opposed to 22. Airline and airport officials say it’s a way to make more efficient use of the space Frontier uses and meet its operational needs. Frontier filed a motion Friday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court asking for approval of the agreement.

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