What we’re reading: Frontier to start charging for carry-ons, airline mergers are not equal, Sky View Observatory ranks in top eleven
What we’re reading: Ultimate New Year’s Eve party, airport observation decks, Frontier to become ultra-LCC
What we’re reading: Frontier Airlines sold, reclining seats should be banned according to poll, flight safety won’t be affected by shutdown
Frontier sold to ultra-cheap airline investor
Frontier Airlines has been sold to William Franke, former chairman of Spirit Airlines.
The companies said they expect the sale to close in December if several conditions are met, including agreements being reached by the end of this month with the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA and a group tied to Frontier’s former pilots union.
What we’re reading: Frontier to charge new fees, Delta to offer LAX-SFO shuttle service, new lounge at Atlanta
A plan to save Yosemite by curbing its visitors
Yosemite National Park is one of the most visited national parks and it faces a common dilemma: how much human activity should be allowed?
The Park Service’s plan would restore more than 200 acres of meadows, reorganize transportation and reduce traffic congestion. To shrink the human presence along the Merced River, park officials are also proposing closing nearby rental facilities for bicycling, horseback riding and rafting, and removing swimming pools, an ice rink and a stone bridge.