Like many other carriers, Frontier Airlines recently changed its policy regarding emotional support animals flying inside the plane: they are no longer welcome.
But a growing menagerie of animals continues to adorn the tails of all Frontier Airlines planes.
There are land animals, such as Al the Roadrunner.
Endangered species, such as Hugh the Manatee.
Sky Animals, such as Betty the Bluebird.
And aquatic animals, such as Shelly the Sea Turtle.
It is fun to spot the animal tails at the airport. But because there are more than 100 airplanes in the Frontier fleet, you might never see them all.
And certainly not all in one place.
So, we are pleased to see that Frontier now has a webpage that features every Frontier plane tail and the animal that adorns it.
The site includes a picture of each plane tail and tells a little bit about the animal that adorns it. And – avgeek alert – each animal’s webpage includes information about the aircraft as well, including the plane model, registration, seating capacity, engine type, the date of the first flight, and the final assembly location.
The airline is planning to add more features to the site, including downloadable coloring pages and activities, a page devoted to retired animals, and photos.
Do you have a favorite Frontier Airlines animal tail?
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