Frontier Airlines announced that it pulled its schedules and fares from Expedia. - Business Travel News

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February 25, 2013 - 12:45 PM ET

Frontier Airlines announced that it pulled its schedules and fares from Expedia. "At this time we continue to have a separate agreement with Egencia, so none of our corporate contract customers should be impacted in their ability to book with Frontier," according to an airline spokesperson. The carrier noted that while it was "unable to reach agreement" with Expedia, its customers still can book Frontier fares via such other sites as Travelocity, Orbitz and Priceline.

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