Frontier Alaska

Ribeiro, Ana Gonzalez
October 2009
Alaska Business Monthly;Oct2009, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p99
The article profiles airline companies Frontier Alaska which has undergone several company modifications to bring positive changes to air transportation in Alaska. It highlights the history of Frontier Alaska and the strategic changes it has encountered throughout the business. The company's varied fleets and services are also discussed. Furthermore, Frontier Alaska is the family airline business of the Hajdukovich family headed by chief executive officer (CEO) Bob Hajdukovich.


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