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Organisational Structure of Frontier Airlines
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Organisational Structure of Frontier Airlines - February 4th, 2011

Frontier Airlines, Inc. is an American airline headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.[1] with a major secondary headquarters in Denver, Colorado. The carrier, which is a subsidiary and operating brand of Republic Airways Holdings, operates flights to nearly eighty destinations throughout the United States, Mexico, and Costa Rica[1] and maintains hubs at Denver International Airport, Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport, and Kansas City International Airport with a focus city at Omaha's Eppley Airfield. It provides regional service to the surrounding Rocky Mountain States through a code-share agreement with Great Lakes Airlines. Frontier is not a member of an air carrier alliance and is widely considered a low cost carrier.


Chairman of the Board

Dale Browning
Director

James Upchurch
Director

Patricia Engels
Director

Rita Cuddihy
Director

Jeff Potter

Director

Robert Taylor
Co-Vice Chairman of the Board

Paul Dempsey
Co-Vice Chairman of the Board

LaRae Orullian

CFO

Edward Christie

COO

Christopher Collins
CIO

GC
Human Resources

AB
Control

HI
Distribution, Sales & Market...

JY
Legal

MH
Planning & Revenue Management

PZ
Planning & Revenue Management

TB
Treasury & Budget

EP


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Size and Organizational Structure
The bigger the organization, the more complex its structure. If the company is small, such as a three-person tax company, the design is generally simple. A small company does not have to undergo a formal structure; it can operate solely on the desires of the principals and the needs of the company. Policies and guidelines may be present only to provide the boundaries in which employees make decisions.
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