Monthly Archive: April 2015

Frontier dedicates Orville, the Red Cardinal, to the State of Ohio

On Sunday, April 12th, Frontier Airlines dedicated N228FR (cn 5526) an Airbus A320-214 to the state of Ohio. The plane, which has been repainted in the new livery, has a tail featuring Ohio’s state bird, the red Cardinal. The plane was dedicated to Ohio in honor of Frontier’s expansion at both Cleveland Hopkins and Cincinnati …

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Aircraft Operating Series – Aircraft Operating Expenses

Would you believe that over 102,000 commercial passenger flights circle over our heads every day? These planes alone cost somewhere between $70 million and $404 million dollars, and they are operated by just a handful of airlines. Following its merger with US Airways, American Airlines and its regional affiliates operate the world’s largest fleet of …

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