ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Frontier Airlines is pulling out of Albuquerque January 6th 2014.
Dan Jiron at the Sunport confirms that starting next year Frontier is cutting Albuquerque off from service.
The reason being cited is that ticket sales are not covering the cost of service to Albuquerque.
Currently Frontier services only Denver, with two connecting flights to that hub daily.
Frontier has been for sale since 2011. It's current financial crisis had the company proposing fees up to $100 a bag for carryon luggage in May.
It has now forced the company to sell the regional jet to republic airway which has entered into a preliminary agreement with a potential buyer.
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