With Frontier Airlines ending service at the Colorado Springs Airport next month, the airport is looking for ways to attract more air traffic.
Frontier Airlines' departure has slashed the number of flights out of the airport to a 22-year low. With the Denver International Airport just 90 minutes away and with a much larger number of flight options for customers, many people are choosing to fly out of there.
The airport said in February when announcing Frontier's departure that they were in conversations with four airlines.
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