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Frontier Flight 287 was scheduled to arrive in Denver before 7 a.m. on Sunday but landed at 2:30 a.m. on Monday.
“You thought hidden cameras were up and someone was pulling something over your eyes,” said passenger Rich Straub.
He described how Frontier announced one delay after another until 12 hours later when the plane was ready. By then there was nobody to fly it and a new crew had to be flown in.
Nearly 70 people, including elderly passengers and families with children, were forced to wait by the gate and sleep on the floor or in chairs. They were never offered compensation — apparently because of a broken printer. More
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