Frontier Airlines is in comeback mode, at least financially.
The Denver-based airline is seeking an initial public offering to attract investors. The low-cost carrier that features photos of animals on the tails of its planes reported a net income of $200 million in 2016, up nearly 43 percent from 2014.
But while the company's profits are soaring, its customer service ranking is the second-worst among U.S. airlines.
Jon Ostrower is an aviation editor for CNN . He joined Colorado Matters host Nathan Heffel from Seattle.
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