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Intrawest, Frontier team up

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COPPER MOUNTAIN – Intrawest Colorado, owner of Copper Mountain, has partnered with Denver-based Frontier Airlines to create package deals for destination skiers and snowboarders.The partnership includes Winter Park, which Intrawest contracts to operate.Marketing and promotion plans include airfare deals, frequent flyer miles and deals at the slopes.Kicking off the relationship, Frontier chief operating officer (COO) Jeff Potter and Intrawest Colorado COO David Barry dressed in pilgrim outfits Monday, handing out 5,000 free early-season lift tickets to Frontier customers at Denver International Airport.The partnership will encompass all 44 of Frontier’s domestic destinations, providing Frontier, Copper and Winter Park/Mary Jane customers with myriad benefits including:– Those who book lodging accommodations at either resort through Intrawest Colorado Travel Services are guaranteed the lowest rates on all nonstop flights to Denver. — Frontier passengers who fly between Dec. 1 and Feb. 28, 2005, can exchange their boarding pass receipts at Winter Park/Mary Jane or Copper and receive two lift tickets for the price of one, Mondays through Fridays, but excluding Dec. 27-31 and March 14-25, 2005.– Rocky Mountain Super Pass holders who log 15 days on their season pass will receive 5,000 frequent flier miles, which will be credited to their Frontier Airlines Early Returns frequent flier account. Members of Early Returns only need 15,000 miles to earn a free ticket on domestic Frontier Airlines routes and only 25,000 miles for free travel to Frontier’s five Mexico destinations. To sign up for Frontier’s Early Returns program, go to http://www.frontierairlines.com.Potter said the relationship brings together two Colorado companies that share a similar corporate culture and a dedication to customer service.”At the end of the day, however, it is the consumer that benefits,” Potter said.


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