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Frontier Airlines Uses OpenText Document Management Solution to Keep the Planes Flying On Time

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Denver-based Airline Relies on OpenText Document Server, Alchemy Edition for Immediate Access to Maintenance Records and for FAA Compliance

We have doubled the size of Frontier's fleet without a significant increase in records management staff or storage space for paperwork.

Sonia Lueckenotte, Records Manager, Frontier Airlines


In meeting FAA requirements, the organization struggled with limited resources and no centralized document management system. Gathering paper records could also result in costly flight delays.



Immediate Web access to maintenance records helps keep the flights on schedule.  Document Server system received FAA approval as the official, compliant archive repository. Reduced paperwork and increased productivity has supported fast growth. 

About Frontier Airlines

Frontier Airlines provides service to US cities coast-to-coast, as well as several locations in Mexico and Canada with an average of more than 280 daily system-wide departures and arrivals. It is the second largest jet carrier at the Denver International Airport and as of early 2007, it operates a fleet of 57 aircraft, including 49 Airbus A319s and eight Airbus A318s.