Frontier Airlines will change its tail logo when pigs fly.
The Denver-based airline was lured to serve Little Rock, Arkansas, this fall by a proposal to put a wild hog on its plane's rudder.
The company agreed to fly between Little Rock and Denver, but won't be using the hog image on its jets anytime soon.
Frontier spokeswoman Zoe Guynn says it'll keep paintings of wild animals like a bear, an eagle and a dolphin on its planes.
He says the airline tries to use non-threatening animals and the razorback may not qualify.
The proposed drawing showed a brown hog in a forest setting.
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