By Kristin Espeland
Laramie, WY – Frontier airlines may see a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow in Jackson, Wyoming. The regional carrier is considering proposals from dozens of communities wanting to offer new service to the airline's hub, Denver international airport. Spokesman joe hodas says they're considering several factors, including runway capacity and the demand. And the airline could probably use that increased traffic. The carrier is bringing in more revenue, up a fraction over last year, and since a recently completed reorganization. But the NASDAQ-traded company is still operating at a net loss, even if that loss has narrowed over the past 3 years.