Frontier in security drive

Frontier Airlines has hired Dennis Crabtree as its new VP of Safety and Security.
  Crabtree brings over 34 years of aviation industry experience in flight
operations, safety and regulatory compliance to Frontier. Most recently,
Crabtree served as Director of Aviation Services for FEI Behavioral Health,
where he was an Account Executive providing airline clients with crisis
management and emergency preparedness consulting. Prior to joining FEI,
Crabtree spent close to two years co-founding startup passenger airline
HeartLand Airlines; two and a half years as VP and Senior VP of Operations
at Midwest Express and over 10 years at Continental in various leadership
roles in Safety and Regulatory Compliance as President of Continental
Express. Crabtree replaces former VP of Aviation Safety and Security, Tom
Nunn, who left Frontier Airlines to become President of Frontier’s recently
formed subsidiary, Lynx Aviation. Lynx Aviation will begin flying new
Bombardier Q400 aircraft for Frontier Airlines Holdings, Inc. in mid-summer
2007.
  Crabtree will report to President and CEO Jeff Potter and will be
responsible for directing all aspects of the safety, security and
regulatory compliance areas, which include the Integrated Safety Management
Program, the Aviation/Safety Hot Line, the Internal Evaluation (Audit)
Program, the Reliability Control Program, the Emergency Response Program
and Corporate Security and regulatory programs.
  “Dennis brings an incredible amount of valuable experience to our
airline,” said Potter. “We searched far and wide to find the perfect fit
for our critical safety and security functions and we have found that
candidate in Dennis Crabtree. I am confident that Dennis has the skills and
experience to help Frontier not only build on our recent success, but also
take us into the future as we continue our strategic growth.”
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