Frontier Airlines has settled a labor dispute with agents and maintenance staff, with workers agreeing to wage cuts through 2012.
The contract, which affects 123 workers, is part of the airline's reorganization after it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection earlier this year. The company did not elaborate on the wage cuts and did not immediately return a call seeking details.
The carrier remains in a labor dispute with its mechanics, also represented by the Teamsters union.
Frontier is the second-largest at Denver International Airport, employing more than 5,000 people.