New Mexico regulators have ordered Frontier Airlines to stop selling liquor on flights to and from New Mexico because it doesn't have the required licenses.
Denver-based Frontier and Northwest were issued cease-and-desist orders by the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department.
Frontier spokesman Joe Hodas says the airline stopped its liquor sales on New Mexico flights on Thursday.
He says the airline will review the state's order.
On Monday, the state issued an order to Arizona-based US Airways after an investigation into a fatal drunken driving crash uncovered that the airline didn't have a New Mexico liquor license.
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