Airline employees say the company has violated the law by banning them from pumping on planes.
Denver-based Frontier Airlines is looking to go public. And while profits are up, its customer service ranking is way down. Will that make a difference to investors?
Four female pilots of Denver-based Frontier Airlines file discrimination charges, saying the airline's policies don't accommodate the needs or nursing mothers.
Four female pilots says that Frontier Airlines failed to provide legally required accommodations so they could pump breast milk and do their jobs. The ACLU filed a complaint on their behalf.
Pilots should not have to choose between breastfeeding their newborns and their jobs, a pilot says.
- Just a year ago, the Denver-based carrier was scoring badly in the customer satisfaction department, federal numbers show.Read more
- A lawsuit alleges that Frontier used information from a consulting firm to fix the tax problem without paying them.Read more